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Assistant or Associate Professor of Native American Studies - Tribal Geographic Information Systems and Director of the Elouise Cobell Land and Culture Institute
DETAILED POSITION DESCRIPTION: One full-time position for a research assistant is available in the Aquatic Ecology Lab. The Research Assistant will work on a project focused on understanding the role stream and river phosphorus cycles play in shaping nutrient export to Lake Erie. The Research Assistant will work closely with other team members and assist with field surveys, laboratory experiments, sample analyses, laboratory maintenance, data analyses, and undergraduate student mentorship.
The MU Limnology Lab in the School of Natural Resources at the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU) and Horn Point Lab (HPL) in the Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) are seeking an enthusiastic post-doctoral candidate to work on a 3-year NASA funded research project. The overarching goal of the project is to assess the efficacy and accuracy of remotely sensed data to predict water quality metrics in Missouri reservoirs.
Assessing the health of aquatic food webs after restoration of a degraded ecosystem: The Osisko Project
Spreading dynamic of an invasive alien species and impact on the boreal aquatic fauna
Context: The spiny water flea (Bythotrephes longimanus) is an invasive alien species from Eurasia detected for the first time in North America in the 80’s. Since then, it has drastically modified the Great Lakes food webs and many lakes of the temperate and boreal forest. The spiny water flea was detected in Abitibi-Témiscamingue for the first time in 2018 but its impacts on zooplankton and fish communities remain unknown.
Summary: American Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with the National Park Service, is seeking TWO Aquatic Ecology Monitoring Members to contribute to aquatic monitoring projects alongside Cape Cod National Seashore staff.
For full position announcement and to apply visit: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/719324.html
Start Dates: One Member will start on March 7th and the other in April 2022.
AIMS IS GROWING!
WE ARE CURRENTLY HIRING A POST DOC AS PART OF A LARGE COLLABORATIVE PROJECT FOCUSING ON INTERMITTENT STREAMS!
Start date: Flexible, between February-June 2022
Duration: 24 months with the potential to renew
Location: Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Alabama A&M, Normal, Alabama
ALEXANDRIA, VA, January 6, 2022—The Department of Defense (DoD), through the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP), supports the demonstration of technologies that address priority DoD environmental and installation energy requirements. The goal of ESTCP is to promote the transfer of innovative technologies through demonstrations that collect the data needed for regulatory and DoD end-user acceptance. Projects conduct formal demonstrations at DoD facilities and sites in operational settings to document and validate improved performance and cost savings.
The Au Sable Institute (Michigan) is seeking applicants for a summer, campus-based faculty position in Aquatic Biology to teach a university-level 4-credit summer field intensive course, BIOL 322 Aquatic Biology.