Flathead Biological Station is offering Stream Ecology in Summer 2021. This 3-credit field course meets during 19 - 30 July 2021 and is based in Northwest Montana, USA.. We focus on the fundamental concepts of stream/river ecology and the physical, chemical and biological processes that characterize running water ecosystems. Students learn principles, concepts and methods of study in a field setting, and obtain hands-on experience in data collection and analysis in the context of stream ecosystem theory. And we float rivers!
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The University of Notre Dame Environmental Research Center (UNDERC) is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for Summer Graduate Fellowships for 2021 to study at our world-class field station in northern Wisconsin/Michigan (UNDERC-East; up to 8 fellowships) or at our facilities in western Montana (UNDERC-West; up to 2 fellowships).
The Wisconsin Sea Grant College Program and the Wisconsin Coastal Management Program seek postdoctoral and post-master’s candidates interested in tackling science and policy challenges related to increasing coastal community resilience across the Great Lakes region. Together, these programs will fund this state Science-Policy Fellow position, named in honor of a longtime Sea Grant coastal engineering expert Phil Keillor, to celebrate his legacy in building resilience in Wisconsin communities.
Battelle manages and operates the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) project, which is solely funded by the National Science Foundation. A 30+ year project dedicated to understanding how changes in climate, land use and invasive species impact ecology, the observatory’s scientists and engineers are collecting a comprehensive range of ecological data on a continental scale across 20 eco-climatic domains representing US ecosystems.
FORECASTING THE CONSEQUENCES, FOR FISH POPULATIONS, OF WATER MANAGEMENT DECISIONS, IN RESPONSE TO ONGOING DROUGHT IN THE COLORADO RIVER BASIN
We are recruiting a PhD student to work in the lab of Dr. Brandon Peoples at Clemson University. We anticipate a negotiable start date between late spring and fall of 2021; a remote start is also possible.
On February 23, 2021 at 3:00 PM EST, there will be a 1-hour webinar to provide information concerning the competition for a Center for Advancement & Synthesis of Open Environmental Data & Sciences (NSF 21-549). The webinar is hosted by the NSF Divisions of Biological Infrastructure (DBI), Environmental Biology (DEB) and the Office for Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (OAC). Following a brief presentation, program directors will be available to answer questions from participants.
The Invasive Species Working Group (ISWG) at Virginia Tech, a subsidiary of the Global Change Center, seeks a qualified, highly motivated individual for a unique research position working at the interface of the biological and social sciences. The ISWG engages in a broad range of invasion-related projects, including with various officials, academics, and other stakeholders across Virginia and beyond.
Aquatic Monitoring Field Technician
The Great Basin Institute is an interdisciplinary field studies organization that promotes environmental research, education, and service throughout the West. The Institute’s mission is to advance applied science and ecological literacy through community engagement and agency partnerships, supporting national parks and forests, open spaces and public lands.