As part of this internship, the successful candidate will play a key role in collecting a wide-range of ecological data
that contribute to a natural resource monitoring program overseen by the Southeast Alaska Inventory and
Monitoring Network and Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. In 2018, six different field efforts will span
environmental contaminants, water quality, climate, and fisheries monitoring programs: Eulachon spawning research, atmospheric contaminants, freshwater contaminants, marine contaminants, and water quality and hydrology.