Apply for the Freshwater Research Intern at WWF in the USA. World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Freshwater Research Intern to undertake an assessment of basin health report cards in order to review and compile basin health indicators and associated methods for data analysis.
Virtual internship with hours aligned with Washington, DC time zone
Unpaid. Applicants must enroll in school and be able to obtain academic course credit from their university.
The intern will assess the 300+ indicators that have been used and are being used in basin health report cards over the last twenty years. Additionally, they will categorize these indicators into major categories and determine groups of broadly similar indicators under each category.
Also, they will then catalog the methods for analyzing each indicator, including documentation of minimum data requirements and information on thresholds. Furthermore, the results of the assessment will be compiled in a summary report that includes guidance on methods for processing and analyzing common groups of indicators.
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