Biology & Ecology
Virtual

Biology & Ecology - Virtual internships available in these countries

Virtual Accelerated Internship

Below are a few sample Biology & Ecology - Virtual placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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Geospatial Science Research Intern

Gain experience with a prominent New Zealand university research department in geospatial science, ecosystem management, and spatial ecology. You’ll develop your skills in the areas of data acquisition, development, maintenance, mapping, and basic geospatial analysis.

Conservation Research & Data Analysis Intern

Investigate at a university research institute in New Zealand and learn about the impact of climate change and on calcifying taxa, especially coralline algae and corals. This work will support planning for shallow reef systems in the years to come. Data-based research can be used to make species-specific predictions of their responses to ocean acidification and warming, as well as quantifying reef growth under climate change.

Virtual Global Internship in New Zealand

Below are a few sample Biology & Ecology - Virtual placements undertaken by past participants. There are many more possibilities, as each placement is customized. Contact an advisor to learn more!

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Geospatial Science Research Intern

Gain experience with a prominent New Zealand university research department in geospatial science, ecosystem management, and spatial ecology. You’ll develop your skills in the areas of data acquisition, development, maintenance, mapping, and basic geospatial analysis.

Conservation Research & Data Analysis Intern

Investigate at a university research institute in New Zealand and learn about the impact of climate change and on calcifying taxa, especially coralline algae and corals. This work will support planning for shallow reef systems in the years to come. Data-based research can be used to make species-specific predictions of their responses to ocean acidification and warming, as well as quantifying reef growth under climate change.