[MARMAM] Master thesis projects on pilot whales

CIRCE Philippe Verborgh philippeverborgh at yahoo.fr
Fri Nov 2 09:18:48 PDT 2012


Dear all,

Sorry for cross posting.

During 2013, CIRCE in collaboration with ALNILAM, ANSE and the EBD-CSIC is offering 5 Master projects all based on 
photo-identification techniques and mark-recapture models to study 
long-finned pilot whales of the Strait of Gibraltar and the Alboran Sea.
 All of these projects will take place between February and May 2013 
with housing offered in a shared room with other 
students/volunteers/researchers/staff next to our research centre in 
Pelayo, Cadiz, Spain. However, if you would like to stay for a longer 
period of time it will be at your own expenses. In order to apply for 
these projects, you should send an email to philippe(a)circe.info with 
your CV and a cover letter showing only relevant experience related to 
the project you are interested in. You can apply for these projects 
until the 19th of November. Chosen candidates will be advised on the 
26th of November.

These are the titles of the projects that can be found on our website:
http://www.circe.biz/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=95&Itemid=106&lang=en


1. Impact of biopsy sampling on the survival rate of long-finned pilot whales
2. Impact of an epizootic on the social structure of long-finned pilot whales
3. Survival rate of long-finned pilot whales in the Alboran Sea
4. Impact of an epizootic on the survival rate of long-finned pilot whales
5. Social structure of long-finned pilot whales in the Alboran Sea


Thank you for reading carefully the website and the pdf description of each project before contacting us.
All the best,
Philippe
 Philippe VERBORGH
CIRCE (Conservation, Information and Research on Cetaceans)
C/ Cabeza de Manzaneda, 3
11390 Pelayo-Algeciras
Cádiz
Spain
www.circe.info
philippe at circe.info
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