We are excited to announce that the 5th SUSE meeting will be in Austin, Texas, February 12-15, 2020. This group gathers every 3 years or so with the goal of bringing together the state of the science in applied urban stream ecology. The meeting this year moves us from the concept of Urban Stream Syndrome, developed during the first SUSE meeting, to collaboratively tackling specific case studies in a multidisciplinary framework.
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Organization U.S. Department of Energy, Los Alamos National Laboratory
We are excited to share a postdoctoral research opportunity to model and characterize streams and their associated dynamic flows. This competitive postdoctoral opportunity is with Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education and is located at US Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Research and Development in Cincinnati, Ohio. Application period ends at 3:00 PM ET on January 10th, 2020. Please share with those who may be interested.
ALEXANDRIA, VA, October 24, 2019—The Department of Defense’s (DoD) Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) is seeking to fund environmental research and development in the Environmental Restoration program area. SERDP invests across the broad spectrum of basic and applied research, as well as advanced technology development.
ALEXANDRIA, VA, October 24, 2019—The Department of Defense’s (DoD) Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) is seeking to fund environmental research and development in the Resource Conservation and Resiliency program area. SERDP invests across the broad spectrum of basic and applied research, as well as advanced technology development. The development and application of innovative environmental technologies will reduce the costs,
We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral research associate to work on drought and the implications for fish. The overall goal of the project is to link hydrologic and fisheries data to understand the ecological effects of drought. The postdoctoral associate will continue development of techniques using spatial and temporal data to define water availability in streams, and link those findings to ecologically relevant metrics (e.g. fish occupancy, growth, and movement). The position will involve a combination of modeling (hydrology and fisheries) and fieldwork.
The Coastal and Estuarine Ecology Lab (https://patricklab.weebly.com/) is seeking two students (masters or PhD level – see detailed descriptions below) interested in pursuing community ecology questions in aquatic (freshwater/marine) ecosystems at the College of William and Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences. We conduct research grounded in theory to understand the factors that control the spatial distribution of aquatic organisms and the effect of community organization on ecosystem processes. Our theoretical research occurs across a
The Mims Lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at Virginia Tech is recruiting a Ph.D. student to begin in 2020. We seek an enthusiastic candidate with strong communication skills and an interest in collaborative, team-based work in population and community ecology in temporary lentic systems. Candidates with interests and experience in population genetics/genomics, community ecology, remotely sensed data, and/or freshwater ecology are encouraged to apply.
Job no: 511778
Work type: Research Faculty
Senior management: College of Science
Department: Biological Sciences
Location: Blacksburg Area
Categories: Research / Scientific
The Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS) investigates and documents the biological resources of Illinois and other areas, and acquires and provides natural history information that can be used to promote the common understanding, conservation, and management of these resources. INHS is part of the Prairie Research Institute (PRI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which is centrally located between Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. Learn more at go.illinois.edu/PRIjobs.