A Postdoctoral research opportunity with the USDA Forest Service, Land and Watershed Management Program, Pacific Northwest Research Station, is currently available located in Corvallis, OR.
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The Center for Limnology and the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are accepting applications for an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) position beginning August 2020. PhD in limnology or related field required prior to start of appointment. Applicants must demonstrate excellence and productivity in scholarly research, as well as a commitment to teaching, outreach, and collaboration. We seek a candidate to develop an internationally-recognized research program in limnology and/or aquatic ecosystem ecology.
The Department of Watershed Sciences at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for an Assistant Professor (Extension watershed/water quality specialist). This tenure-track, full-time (twelve-month) position is based at the USU main campus in Logan, Utah. Relative emphasis for the position is 60% extension, 35% research, and 5% service. We seek an individual who will develop and promote innovative statewide extension programs in watershed and water quality management and conduct applied research in support of their extension program.
Baylor University: Office of the Provost: College of Arts and Sciences: Biology
Location: Waco, TX
The Department of Biology at Texas State University (www.bio.txstate.edu) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position specializing in parasitology with a strong emphasis in immunology.
The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses in parasitology and in host-parasite immunology. In addition, the successful candidate will be expected to develop an externally funded research program involving graduate and undergraduate students that complements the strengths of our 50-member faculty.
Call for presentations - River Mountain Creeks to Metro Canals - River Management Symposium May 12-15, 2020
The River Management Society. in partnership with
Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation and Virginia Commonwealth University
Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Virginia's Scenic Rivers Program
We are recruiting a PhD student to work on StreamCLIMES, a research project funded by the National Science Foundation that seeks to understand how drying affects stream ecosystems in different climates. This research project integrates field-based stream ecology and hydrology, hydrologic modeling, and spatial ecological modeling. It includes collaborators from the University of California Berkeley, University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, University of Louisiana Lafayette, and Virginia Tech.
Two Teaching Assistantships in Dr. Chris Bonvillain's Aquatic Ecology and Astacology Lab will be available for the Spring 2020 semester for the Master of Science in Marine and Environmental Biology program at Nicholls State University. Teaching Assistantships include tuition waiver. For more information about the program visit https://www.nicholls.edu/biology/master-of-science-degree-program/.
Freshwater habitats play an important role in ecological function and biodiversity. Remote sensing of these ecosystems is primarily tied to observations of the drivers of biodiversity and ecosystem health. Remote sensing can be used to understand things like land use and land cover change in a watershed, habitat connectivity along a water body, water body location and extent, and water quality parameters. This webinar series will guide participants through using NASA Earth observations for habitat monitoring, specifically for freshwater fish and other species.