Volunteer for an expedition - Earthwatch Institute

Volunteer for an expedition - Earthwatch Institute
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Earthwatch Institute is the world's oldest, largest, and most respected organization directly involving the public in scientific field research. This year, Earthwatch will support more than 140 expeditions in 48 countries, and will send some 3,700 members of the public into the field to work side-by-side with leading scientists. These teams of volunteers will collect data under the scientists' direction and work as full-fledged expedition members, sharing the costs of the research among them. Earthwatch invented this form of participant funding in 1971, and through it has involved more than 73,000 people in field research. We invite you to join any expedition listed on our web site. You need no special education or skills (with the exception of a few projects which require SCUBA). We will teach you everything you need to know.
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