Oregon– Aquatic Ecologist (Aquatic Biologist II) needed to serve as a project manager for a riparian buffer manipulation study that will be implemented on private forest lands in Oregon and Washington. Duties include working closely with primary investigators and land managers to facilitate site selection and implement study designs, compiling and managing project data in a database, performing laboratory analyses, orchestrating successful data collection efforts as a seasonal crew lead, and training and working with the field crew on aquatic field sampling. Field sampling will include:
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The Wisconsin DNR Water Quality Bureau- Wetland Monitoring and Assessment Group is seeking motivated applicants for filling up to two (2) vacancies for Wetland Ecologist- LTE positions to assist with ongoing fieldwork efforts and other wetland ecology related projects. Applications are due April 22, 2019.
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The US Environmental Protection Agency’s Water Systems Division is seeking applicants for a post-doctoral scientist in “Market-based incentives for managing excess nutrients in watersheds.” The position is in Cincinnati, OH, and the application period closes May 2, 2019. Please share with any students or colleagues who might be interested.
We are excited to share a new postdoctoral research opportunity to investigate, characterize, and quantify (via statistical, geospatial, and/or hydrological models) the role of landscape surface water storage features (e.g., wetlands) and their associated hydrological and biogeochemical functions on downstream water quality. This competitive, three-year postdoctoral opportunity is with the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Research and Development in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The US Environmental Protection Agency’s Western Ecology Division is seeking applicants for a post-doctoral scientist in “Landscape analysis and predictive modeling of HABs risk and occurrence across the U.S.” The position is located in Corvallis, OR, and the application period closes May 2, 2019. Please share with any students or colleagues who might be interested.
M.Sc. opportunity studying chromium, arsenic, and other metal bioaccumulation in Boreal fish across Ontario, Canada at the Cooperative Freshwater Ecology Unit, Laurentian University. We are located within the Leeds certified and award winning Living with Lakes Centre (https://www3.laurentian.ca/livingwithlakes/), on the edge of Ramsey Lake in City of Greater Sudbury, Ontario. Application closing date: May 3, 2019. Start date: Negotiable, May-Sept 2019.
Division of Fishes
Museum of Southwestern Biology
University of New Mexico
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Do work that matters for Oregon’s fish, wildlife and habitat! Take the lead in the implementation of hydropower mitigation efforts in the southern half of western Oregon, as well as leading the review of new proposed water uses in western Oregon.
What you will do:
A Ph.D. research assistantship is available (beginning summer/fall 2019) in Ken Dunton’s lab at the University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute (https://utmsi.utexas.edu/). This position is part of an interdisciplinary program funded by the National Science Foundation to study the benthic ecology of Beaufort Sea lagoons within a newly established LTER located on Alaska’s northern Arctic coast.