Oceans Research provides training opportunities for aspiring marine scientists, conservationists, and explorers.
On our internship program, interns will receive unprecedented practical training in marine research techniques to study mega-fauna including sharks, rays, marine mammals and turtles. Educational trips for study groups who wish to visit the laboratories are also available
The Mossel Bay Marine Lab internship program in South Africa offers practical training experience for aspiring marine scientists, conservationists and explorers.
As part of this program, interns can expect to be members of a focused research team undertaking ground breaking research on great white sharks, cape fur seals, southern right and humpbank whales, bottlenose dolphins, while also gaining experience in environmental studies at Aquarium based research projects.
Mossel Bay Marine Lab will only conduct research projects with the permit approval from The Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism
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Namibian Dolphin Project internship program offers practical training experience for aspiring marine scientists, conservationists and explorers.
As part of this program, interns can expect to be important members of a dedicated research team undertaking vital research on the ecology of Namibia's three dolphin species - the heaviside, bottlenose and dusky dolphin.
The Namibian dolphin project is conducted in collaboration with, and under permission from the Namibian Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources.
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