The selected candidate will provide a full range of assistance to the park’s resources staff.  The candidate will also be required to learn about the scope of National Park Service natural resource activities and accomplish fieldwork, organize data, write papers, present natural resource topics to school children and general audiences, and participate in professional meetings at both the local and regional level.  Current fieldwork includes salmon sampling, water quality and quantity sampling, bat acoustical monitoring, soundscape inventory and monitoring, intertidal monitoring, contaminate sampling, and other types of field data collection. Compensation amounts:$1,300 - one time RT travel allowance $280 - weekly living allowance AmeriCorps eligible ($2,907 education award) $2

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