The position is 100% (full-time) and is located at UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory in Bodega Bay, CA. This position will have laboratory duties under the supervision of UC Davis Assistant Project Scientist Dr. Aquilino, director of the White Abalone Captive Breeding Program and California Department of Fish and Wildlife Shellfish Health Laboratory’s Dr. Burge. The white abalone is an ESA-listed endangered species which was overfished in the 20th century and is now on the brink of extinction. Outplanting of captively bred animals is the essential method of saving the species. The goal of this position is to contribute to the successful captive rearing and health maintenance of endangered white abalone as part of recovery efforts for the species.


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