This link should give you a start in your search for career information.
Mon, 20 Oct 2003, Gemma Reston wrote:
> Hi I am currently studying Marine Biology at Liverpool university in the
> UK. I am only in my first year of the degree, but already I am beginning to
> think about what sort of career path I will be able to follow when I have
> graduated. I grew up in Canada and then moved to England when I was 11 so
> of course I really want to go back to North America because it is such a
> beautiful place.
> I am particularly interested in becoming a Marine Mammalogist or at least
> working with mammals when I have graduated. Perhaps you could point be in
> the right direction how to get into this sort of career or any useful links
> to do with Graduate Marine Biologists. I respect that you must me extremely
> busy so I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for your time, if
> you could reply that would be great.
> Thanks again
> Gemma Reston
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