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Reviewing 2000 Assessment Data from Friends of Rappahannock/Virginia Institute of Marine Science Report
Reviewing 2000 Assessment Data from Friends of Rappahannock/Virginia Institute of Marine Science Report

13 young adults from Central Virginia were hired as Sweepers for the summer of 2014. As employees of the Center for Natural Capital, they were trained and tested to have the following skill sets:

  • Geologic History of the Mid-Atlantic Region
  • Geologic History of Triassic Basins
  • Intro. To Ecological History of North America
  • Intro. To Business
  • Intro. To Hydrogeology
  • Intro. To Fluvial Geomorphology
  • Intro. To Economics and Ecosystem Services
  • Intro. To Empathic Relationships
  • Intro. To Impact of Land Cover on Watershed Health
  • Assessment Methodology

    Detailed inspection is required for biological monitoring
    Detailed inspection is required for biological monitoring
  • On-water Risk Reduction
  • First Aid
  • Canoe Skills
  • Logistics Planning
  • GPS Instruction

 

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