The Science Program Associate contributes to CRF monitoring goals by capturing in-water imagery of restoration areas and processing photomosaics. This position involves a great deal of field work, planning and leading monitoring trips to capture monitoring intervals of outplanted coral colonies throughout the Florida Keys. In coordination with the Science Team and the Restoration Program, this position will contribute to monitoring over 50,000 colonies via photomosaic annually.​ The Associate also engages in scientific collaborations taking place at CRF or remotely by aiding the Science Program Manager through the coordination and support of visiting researchers, as needed. This position is also responsible for managing Science areas within CRF nurseries, including the monitoring and

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