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Job opening: London: Wildlife Sound Curator

Subject: Job opening: London: Wildlife Sound Curator
From: Ranft, Richard <>
Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 09:44:17 -0700
 A vacancy has arisen in the British Library Sound Archive, based at St.
 Pancras, London, for a Curator for Wildlife Sounds to work with the Head of
 Technical Services. You will be maintaining and developing the British
 Library's unrivalled bioacoustic collections, containing over 150,000 audio
 recordings of ten thousand species of birds, mammals, insects, amphibians
 and their environments. 
 For details, see <a  href=""; 
 Richard Ranft
 The British Library Sound Archive
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