The Collaborative for Research in Aridland Stream Systems (CRASS) is a budding working group inviting aridland stream ecologists, hydrologists, climate scientists, and statisticians to share and explore dryland-stream data. This initiative is being developed at Arizona State University under the direction of Dr. Nancy Grimm.
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PhD Project: A spatial network approach to maintaining riv
Research on the ecological condition of aquatic ecosystems in the U.S.
The EPA’s research laboratory in Corvallis, Oregon is seeking candidates for 2 post-doctoral positions. Duties include:
Loyola University Chicago (LUC), College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Biology invites applications for a full-time postdoctoral associate, with expertise in the area of stream ecology. The position is for one year. For more information about the department visit www.luc.edu/biology.
Carbon cycling in intermittent streams
A Ph.D. assistantship is available in the Hogan Lab at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi (TAMUCC). The student will join an NSF Macrosystems-funded project to study population genomics of vernal pool branchiopods. The project is using reduced representation genome sequencing (RADseq) to assess patterns of genetic diversity and gene flow among populations across the central United States by wind driven processes and animal vectors (birds) as well as determining genome-by-environment correlations. The Ph.D. student will join a team of researchers that includes Dr.
PhD Opportunity, INRAE Lyon, France:
CPOM and GHG emission dynamics from intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: a river-network perspective
A fully-funded PhD project is available to model the dynamics of terrestrial leaf litter and greenhouse gases (GHG) in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams at the network scale.
Seeking postdoctoral applicants for the Wisconsin Sea Grant Keillor Fellowship in Aquaculture
Application Deadline: June 14, 2020