I am a passionate Marine Science Volunteer.
It is one of the reasons I decided to write this blog.
The first time I did a research project on the marine environment I was surprised at how many people were interested in learning more about marine biology.
The response I got was incredible.
But, I was also surprised at just how little was known about the science.
This is where I come in.
In addition to my research, I also volunteer for a few marine science programs around the country.
Some of these programs have been around for a while, but others are only just starting to emerge.
I have been in contact with a few other volunteers who are also marine science volunteers, and they have all shared the same passion for learning more.
The challenge is to get them interested in participating in the research, because most people will be too busy to actually learn anything from what they read.
I am looking for volunteers who have the time and desire to dedicate themselves to studying marine science for a year or more, while helping others.
They will not only be contributing to research projects and teaching, but also helping the local communities in which they live.
This includes working with schools, community groups, government agencies and businesses, and doing fieldwork for museums and other institutions.
I also want to get people who are interested in marine science to the forefront of public awareness.
This will require people to make a commitment to their local environment, their local communities and their own futures.
The more we learn about marine science the better.
This can only happen when we all get involved.
Marine science is important to everyone.
If you are interested, please register for a research course or a marine biology class.