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Victor Alamina, A.S.
Technical Assistant - Marine
Victor Alamina joined the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) as the Technical Assistant in March 2016. As Technical Assistant, he assists with the completion of in-water monitoring work at Glover’s Reef Marine Reserve (GRMR) and South Water Caye Marine Reserve (SWCMR). Victor began his career as a student marine volunteer with the University of Belize Environmental Research Institute (UB ERI) in February 2010 while pursuing his Associate Degree in Marine Science at the University of Belize (UB). Through his volunteer work he received training in various methodologies for data collection in the marine environment. As Victor graduated from the Marine Science program at the UB, he continued his volunteer work with the UB ERI. He also occasionally assisted lecturers of the UB as a teaching assistant on the University's field trips. In April 2013, he was the temporary Group Coordinator for Calabash Caye Field Station (CCFS). In August 2013, he began working for the UB ERI on a full-time basis as the Marine Field Technician. As the Marine Field Technician, he assisted in carrying out various field studies at Turneffe Atoll Marine Reserve in respect to the monitoring programs in the atoll.

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