Fwd: Research possibilities (fwd)

Subject: Fwd: Research possibilities (fwd)
From: Russell Woodford <>
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2000 12:16:25 +1100
Does anyone know of any positions available or of people to contact?
Please reply directly to Lainie, not to the list.

>From: "Hall, Lainie (MIT)" <>
>Subject: Research possibilities

>My Fiance is currently in San Fransisco working for the US Geological
>Survey- " Contaminant Levels in Wintering Waterfowl in the San Fransisco Bay
>Area" [ phew...what a mouthful!]. As he is American and I am Australian, we
>are looking at ways that we can be in the same country for more than a few
>months at a time! As you can imagine, this is mostly more difficult than it
>first seems.
>He has completed his undergrad in Wildlife Biology at the University of
>Vermont and his Masters at the University of Bemidji; he is aiming to start
>a PhD in the next few years.
>MY plan, however is to get him downunder for a while next year and working
>on a research project somewhere!
>It is proving a bit hard to find where to look, even for volunteer work- as
>I understand it funding in Oz is somewhat limited!
>If you would have any helpful hints where we could look for volunteer/work
>for next year after about April, we would both really appreciate it!
>Thanks for your help,
>Lainie Hall
>P.S.- he has a website that gives more details about his background
Russell Woodford

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