Collecting material in the field, processing data in the office, investigating dead stranded cetaceans, holding presentations to the general public, writing scientific articles, attending conferences, raising funding, maintaining research equipment, searching for whales, finding new citizen-scientists, answering emails and reporting are only a few of the essential tasks to running the project.
Norwegian Orca Survey is a small team but benefits from multiple international collaborations with scientists from various institutions. Under-graduate and graduate students have also facilitated data processing and analysis on several projects.
If you are inquiring for internship/job/volunteer opportunities, we are sorry to inform that we are not providing any at this stage. Any new opportunity will advertised on this website and on our social medias.