Fellowship offered in partnership with SCCWRP, Costa Mesa
Baseline monitoring of MPAsin California’s South Coast region began in 2012 but water quality monitoring in the same region has continued for nearly 40 years. Both monitoring programs, each with its own set of mandates, goals and implementing framework, are conducted by a diverse suite of governmental agencies, academic institutions and citizen science groups. The Fellow will work closely with the water quality and MPA monitoring communities in southern California on the technical and institutional challenge of aligning these large-scale, complex monitoring efforts.
Qualified applicants should send a current curriculum vitae and application letter via email to email@example.com, using a subject line of ‘Science Integration Fellow – SCCWRP’. Review of applications is ongoing. Please direct questions to Liz Whiteman, Program Director, California Ocean Science Trust at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 251 8317.