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- SFS members, academic institutions, and non-profit organizations can freely post advertisements for position openings, meetings, publications, workshop and courses, or general interest messages.
- For-profit companies are allowed to post freely, but a $35 donation to one of the SFS endowments funds is suggested.
- Advertisements and messages should be emailed to the SFS Classifieds editor (email@example.com). If judged acceptable, they will be posted promptly (generally within 48 hours).
We are seeking a highly motivated Ph.D. student to join our research team exploring how soil processes govern water quality as part of an interdisciplinary NSF-funded Sensors in the Soils project (https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=2034430&HistoricalAward...). This Ph.D.
Lindsey Reisinger’s lab at the University of Florida is looking for a highly motivated PhD student to start in fall 2021. This is a fully funded position including tuition and a competitive stipend.
Position: Postdoctoral Scholar – Aquatic Condition and Resilience
Location(s): Corvallis, Oregon State University
Closing date: Nov 30, 2020
Our shared global fisheries provide invaluable recreation opportunities, help ensure food security, and contribite to local and global economies. However, climate change threatens to undermine the health of our fisheries and, indeed, aquatic ecosystems more broadly. Thus, there is an urgent need to communicate the risk of climate change within a fisheries context.
We are recruiting two graduate students to join the Aquatic Intermittency effects on Microbiomes in Streams (AIMS) team here at the University of Alabama! The goal of AIMS is to study how intermittent streams impact downstream water quality. This is a unique opportunity to join a large (and fun!) interdisciplinary team, work at field sites that span the US, and receive targeted data science training. Project descriptions are below:
Application deadline: Open until filled