The Intern will work in DEI’s Ocean Acidification Laboratory to assist with an experiment focused on the impacts of changing seawater chemistry and varied substrate on settlement, growth and survival of the sot shell clam (Mya arenaria). Additionally, the intern will participate in field monitoring of local mudlats to contribute to a long term data set documenting porewater chemistry.
This position is well-suited for undergraduate students or recent graduates with a stated interest in marine science research or marine carbonate chemistry. You will be working closely with the lab team, and have the opportunity to learn about experimental chemistry methods, the process of ocean acidification, and general shellfish hatchery operations. There is

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