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  • Popplestone, Ann
    ... From: Anthro-L [mailto:Anthro-l@listserv.buffalo.edu] On Behalf Of Patricia M. Clay Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 4:32 PM To:
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      From: Anthro-L [mailto:Anthro-l@...] On Behalf Of
      Patricia M. Clay
      Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 4:32 PM
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      Subject: [ANTHRO-L] Env/Ecol Anth Summer Internships


      National Marine Fisheries Service, Northeast Fisheries Science Center,
      Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

      The Social Science Branch is seeking 2 interns for summer 2004. See
      below for details:

      Human Dimensions of Marine Resource Use and Conservation
      One of the objectives of the Social Science Branch is to better
      understand the human dimensions of marine resource use and conservation
      through primary and secondary data collection and analysis. Two summer
      interns are needed to assist in the development of information related
      to these social and cultural aspects. A broad range of possible tasks is
      associated with these positions. Final choice of tasks will depend on
      the interests and qualifications of the individual interns. Tasks may
      include but are not limited to: 1) Carry out literature reviews and
      enter them in a bibliography database (Endnote or Procite), 2) Develop
      and design a web page for the unit, 3) Assist in development and design
      of a community profiles database and associated web page, and 4) carry
      out fieldwork on fishing communities in the Northeast region:
      interviewing, transcription, text analysis. Interest in and coursework
      completed in the social sciences (e.g., anthropology, sociology, marine
      policy, human geography - but not economics), particularly the
      relationship between resource users and ocean resources is essential.
      Also, experience with word processing, spreadsheets, web editing is
      required. Graduate student preferred, but advanced undergraduate
      possible with appropriate coursework and references. Project Leaders:
      Dr. Patricia Pinto da Silva, (508) 495-1252
      Patricia.pinto.da.silva@... or Dr. Lisa Colburn, (508) 495-2199
      Lisa.Colburn@...

      For general information on how to apply see:
      http://www.nefsc.noaa.gov/sstudent/ or contact Janeen Quintal
      (janeen.quintal@...).

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