[MARMAM] Expedition: Southern Great Barrier Reef Cetaceans Project

Daniele Cagnazzi dcagna10 at scu.edu.au
Thu Jul 26 11:47:46 PDT 2007


The Capricornia Cetaceans Project is conducting from April to June2008 a
vessel-based expedition to study the diversity, distribution, and relative
abundance of Cetaceans in the Southern Great Barrier Reef - Sandy Cape
offshore waters. The Expedition vessel the Voyager is a 12m-power catamaran.
http://www.voyagercats.com.au/ The skipper and vessel are provided by Keppel
Bay Escape http://www.keppelbayescapes.com.au/

[http://www.capricorncetaceans.com/] (Under Expeditions)

The Capricornia Cetacean Project is conducted by Daniele Cagnazzi PhD
student at the Southern Cross University Whale Research Centre (SCUWRC),
Southern Cross University, Australia, and Monica Mariani, research assistant
Delphis group.

http://www.capricorncetaceans.com (Under Staff)

There is an opportunity for up to five interns to participate in the 10 days
research expedition between April-June 2008. Interns will live aboard the
expedition vessel for the entire period. The cost per week is $2890
Australian which includes accommodation aboard the expedition vessel, food,
snorkelling and dives on the Great Barrier Reef (see specifications in the
booklet), fishing, Islands discovery and more adventures. Interns are
responsible for all costs associated with travel to and from Rosslyn Bay.

For more information about the project download the booklet from
http://www.capricorncetaceans.com/   from the Downloads page and read the
Research and Expeditions pages.

If you are interested in participating in the Expedition as intern email us
including your CV at  info at capricorncetaceans.com or dcagna10 at scu.edu.au

Monica Mariani & Daniele Cagnazzi
Capricon Cetaceans Project
21 George St Zizlie 4710 QLD Australia
Daniele Cagnazzi
PhD Candidate
Southern Cross University Whale Research Centre
Southern Cross University
P.O. Box 157, Lismore, N.S.W. Australia, 2480
Mobile 0439-782-243
Ph. +61 2 6620-3815
Fax. +61 2 6621-2669

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