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Behavioral, Ecology, and Conservation Undergraduate Research in Argentina, Summer 2024 NSF-International Research Experience for Students.

Join the Owl Monkey Project of Formosa-Argentina

• Field site located in the Humid Chaco of Formosa.
• Join a 28-year study of the behavior, ecology, and demography of primates and conservation of biological corridors in the Argentinian Chaco.
• 8 weeks in the field with national and international researchers.
• Gain scientific & grant writing skills while developing your own research.
• $4,000 stipend
• Apply

Deadline for applying: January 4, 2024


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