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Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative Seeks 2016 Intern

Date: 03/22/16

The Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative is looking for an intern to accomplish a series of tasks in 2016.  The position will be hired through Mississippi State University, and the duty station will be located at Dauphin Island Sea Lab. We would love to bring someone on board this spring.  


The Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative (NGOM SSC) is one of the five Sentinel Site Cooperatives within the broader NOAA Sentinel Site Program (SSP). The NGOM SSC is a partnership focused on sea‐level rise and inundation in the northern Gulf of Mexico. A broad array of partners working along the science to stewardship continuum make up the Cooperative and work together to fill identified gaps and needs in sea‐level rise science and management.  The intern will also be working in tandem with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fellow on sea level rise infrastructure (e.g,, SETs, CORS, etc.) inventories and gap analyses for the Gulf of Mexico.

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