Seagrass/Coral Field Scientist Positions in Marathon, FL

Brian Julius Brian.Julius at
Wed Jul 5 13:42:48 EDT 2000

NOAA's Damage Assessment Center is currently seeking applicants for two
field scientist positions in Marathon, FL.  The primary role of these
positions will be to assess the nature, extent and severity of natural
resource injuries to seagrass and coral reef habitats caused by human
impacts, such as vessel groundings, within the Florida Keys National
Marine Sanctuary.  These data will be used by DAC and the Marine
Sanctuaries Division to recover damages from the responsible parties in
order to perform natural resource restoration to compensate the public for
these injuries. Additional duties may include participation in the
implementation and/or monitoring of the restoration projects undertaken.

Copies of the vacancy announcements for both the field scientist and
assistant field scientist positions can be found in the "Newsflash"
section of the Damage Assessment and Restoration Program homepage
( or in the "Jobs" section of the Estuarine Research
Federation homepage (  Applications are due by August 1,
2000.  Please contact Brian Julius at the phone number or email below for
additional information.

Brian Julius
Acting Chief, Gulf Coast Branch
NOAA Damage Assessment Center
N/ORR33, SSMC4, Rm. 10218
1305 East-West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Ph: (301) 713-3038 x199
Fax: (301) 713-4387
Email: brian.julius at

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