The City of Bullhead City is seeking an entomologist/ecologist for the role of Pest Abatement Manager. The primary responsibilities of the position include working with surrounding governments to control mosquitoes in the area, assisting in an established black fly control program, and researching a recent increase in caddisflies that have become an economic burden in the area. The caddisfly issue provides a unique opportunity to study a wide range of ecological problems below Davis Dam on the Colorado River.
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The Environmental Quality Institute (EQI) is a nonprofit research institute that collects scientific data that informs environmental understanding and decision-making. Our core programs are the Volunteer Water Information Network (VWIN) and the Stream Monitoring Information Exchange (SMIE). VWIN is a 29-year-old program in which trained volunteers collect samples monthly at fixed stream and lake locations in the mountains
The Allen Lab at the University of Oklahoma is recruiting a postdoctoral research fellow to work on StreamCLIMES, a new NSF-funded collaborative Macrosystems Biology project studying how drying affects stream ecosystems across the southern half of the US. Up to 5 years of funding is available.
The South Florida Water Management District’s Water Quality Treatment Technologies Section is seeking a Lead Scientist with Freshwater Wetland Ecology experience with a strong emphasis on plant ecology to support the District’s goal of managing Stormwater Treatment Area (STA) wetlands.
The Kentucky Division of Water’s mission is to manage, protect, and enhance the quality and quantity of the Commonwealth’s water resources for present and future generations through voluntary, regulatory, and educational programs. Our organization presents an opportunity for you to make a difference in the waters of Kentucky through an exciting and collaborative environment.
The Foundation for Geauga Parks (the “Foundation”) is a grass roots, independent, non-profit organization founded in 1990. Our philanthropic mission is to raise money to fund community engagement with nature through education, preservation, conservation and appreciation of the unique natural character of Geauga County. We help to preserve and conserve green spaces. We help enhance parks for passive recreation and enjoyment. We help educate youth to care for and appreciate the environment. We are the Foundation for all parks in Geauga County.
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The Senckenberg Nature Research Society (SGN), an institution of the Leibniz Association with almost 800 employees, operates six research institutes located in seven federal states. SGN also assists the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Grube Messel".
The Department of River Ecology and Conservation at Senckenberg in cooperation with the Faculty of Biology at the University of Duisburg-Essen jointly invite application for a
Postdoctoral Researcher (m/f/d) (Ecologist, Terrestrial and/or Freshwater) (full time)
Seeking postdoctoral and post-master’s applicants for the Wisconsin Water Resources Science-Policy Fellowship with a focus on groundwater-surface water interactions
Project focused on groundwater-surface water interactions
Application Deadline: April 14, 2019
Three courses related to algae and diatoms are being offered in Summer 2019 at Iowa Lakeside Laboratory. Classes target advanced undergraduates, grad students, post-docs, teachers, and professionals. There is also a class for high school students with the opportunity to earn college credit.
ECOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS OF DIATOMS
13 May – 07 June 2018
Instructors: Mark Edlund, Sylvia Lee
Mid-June through August 2019
I am seeking a highly motivated technician to participate in a study on amphibians, disease, and ephemeral waters in the Sonoran Desert. The study will take place on the Barry M. Goldwater Range, USAF in south-central Arizona. We will be examining how the structure and quality of water sites influence amphibian use, reproduction, and disease exposure.