The Society for Freshwater Science (SFS) (www.freshwater-science.org) seeks an enthusiastic and innovative person to serve as Media Officer. The position requires approximately 20 hours of work per month. The Media Officer is a paid part-time position with compensation dependent on experience.
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Agency/location: Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri; Columbia, Missouri
Identify areas of greatest aquatic conservation value in Missouri within and outside an existing conservation network (e.g., Priority Geographies and Priority Watersheds) including priorities for creating or maintaining spatial connectivity of important habitats.
Oregon–Aquatic Biologist I needed to conduct aquatic ecology survey sampling on public and private forest lands. Duties include backpack electrofishing, fish identification, collection of macroinvertebrate and periphyton samples, habitat surveys, and working closely with primary investigators. Experience with ecology field work and interest in aquatic ecology is desired. Applicants should be comfortable navigating in remote backcountry settings and be able to work as a team member under difficult field conditions.
Renowned for its accredited researched-based undergraduate field programs, Wildlands Studies seeks candidates holding an MSc or PhD to be the Lead Instructor for new field programs. Students consistently report that their Wildlands Studies experience added depth and meaning to their on-campus classes and “changed their lives”. Wildlands Studies instructors enhance their own credentials with unique opportunities to teach in the field while engaging students in active research.
Department of Natural Resources and the Environment
Water Quality Analysis Lab
Graduate Research Assistant, Wetland restoration and nutrient cycling, Watershed Studies Institute and Murray State University. One full-time position to begin when filled. Qualifications: B.S. in biology, ecology, or related discipline. Previous experience with aquatic ecosystems, field experiments, strenuous field conditions, and experience with nutrient cycling, hydrology and biogeochemistry is highly desirable. Responsibilities: To conduct research on the effects of bottomland hardwood restoration on nutrient cycling while completing a M.Sc. degree in Watershed Science.
Aquatic Environmental DNA Scientist
Jonah Ventures – Boulder, CO
Jonah Ventures (jonahventures.com) is currently searching an aquatic environmental DNA associate scientist. Jonah Ventures performs next generation sequencing and quantitative PCR analyses on environmental DNA samples to help clients answer environmental questions.
Primary responsibility will to develop and support client relationships with academic research units, state and federal agencies, environmental consulting firms, and other profit/non-profit entities.
A Visiting Scientist/Postdoctoral Position is available to a highly qualified individual trained in aquatic environmental chemistry/toxicology and has experience with qPCR analysis. This postdoctoral position will be housed at the Robert B. Annis Water Resources Institute (AWRI) of Grand Valley State University. The selected candidate will work with faculty at AWRI on projects that focus on watersheds and water bodies local to the region, as well as be responsible for teaching one course (to be determined) per year.
The Faculty of Science at the University of Regina invites applicants for nomination as a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Water, Environment and Sustainability in the Department of Biology.
The Montana Consortium for Research on Environmental Water Systems (MT CREWS) is seeking a 2-yr Postdoctoral Associate to engage in a large, multi-institutional project focused on river food web and lotic ecosystem responses to multiple stressors (i.e., metals and nutrient enrichment) in the Upper Clark Fork River watershed, Montana.