Lacawac Sanctuary is a non-profit biological field station and environmental education center located in the Pocono region of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Lacawac is a site for field-based ecological and environmental science research and education. Since its founding in 1966, Lacawac has hosted research investigating the impacts of ultraviolet radiation on lake communities, aquatic dissolved organic carbon dynamics, the role of lakes as climate sentinels, and the impacts of deer browsing on forest regeneration.
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Lacawac Sanctuary is a non-profit biological field station and environmental education center located in the Pocono region of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Lacawac is a site for field-based ecological and environmental science research and education. Lacawac is dedicated to training the next generation of environmental scientists by financially supporting field research experiences for undergraduate students.
The Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB) is the largest research institute for freshwater ecology and inland fisheries in Germany (www.igb-berlin.de). It is a member of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB) and the Leibniz-Association. The FVB manages 8 large research institutes in Berlin that have close links to all three universities in the German capital.
The Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB, www.igb-berlin.de) is the largest German institute dealing with freshwater ecology and inland fisheries. It is a member of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB, www.fv-berlin.de) and the Leibniz-Association (www.wgl.de). The FVB manages 8 large research institutes in Berlin that have close links to all three universities in the German capital.
The position is for 3 years but likely longer contingent on successful funding. Application Deadline: March 6, 2019. Start date: April 2019.
* The 2019 Freshwater Algal Identification Field Course - applications are being accepted! *
* Dates: June 13 through June 27, 2019
We still have slots open for this summer! The deadline is May 1st for applications.
- Information and application are available at www.fordham.edu/FWalgaeID
- Collect a wide range of organisms, from diverse benthic communities to splendid cyanobacteria blooms!
- Sample pristine mountain streams and strongly human-influenced systems.
Battelle is guided by a founding mission. We invest our knowledge, talents and resources, helping our customers achieve their most important goals. We apply scientific rigor and creativity, succeeding where others may fail and we invest in our communities, making the world better for generations to come. All of us share a common purpose: to solve the greatest challenges of today and tomorrow.
Position Announcement: The Department Natural Resources Management invites qualified candidates to apply for a 9-month, tenure-track position at the level of Assistant/Associate Professor in Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences. The anticipated start date is September 2019.
The Aquatic Ecology Lab at the University of Calgary is seeking two graduate students (one MSc and one PhD, ideally) for a NSERCfunded winter lake ecology project. Under the supervision of Dr Fred Wrona (UofC and Alberta Environment and Parks), the broad scope of the project is to evaluate how alterations to winter icecover conditions, due to environmental change, will affect subsequent ice-off conditions, including summer algal blooms.