SOSJ are conducting the final part of a long term study into heavy metals in shellfish on the south east coast.
We need some help for a few days collecting specific samples and collating them for testing; it will comprise:
++ Three low water trips to three sites in the Ramsar Area over three afternoons
++ Sampling and reporting (minimal paperwork!)
It will be a great opportunity to add to your CV / or even be the basis of your thesis.
The initial samples were taken by a Portsmouth University undergraduate in 2009. We will be completing this testing this year nine years later to see how things have changed over time.
It will be a great opportunity to be involved with our work. As we are self-funded, we can’t offer you payment (except for any expenses you incur), but it will be an enjoyable task and you’ll be helping a good cause.
Please respond in the first instance to Jacqui Carrel, SOSJ’s environmental scientist, here on Facebook Messenger or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can’t do this, but know someone who may be interested? Please share!
The pic shows SOSJ founder Dave Cabeldu ‘then and now’ at Havre des Pas.