The new Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) Urban Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) project, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), is seeking an information manager to provide professional data management, web development, and GIS support to natural and social science researchers. The MSP-LTER team is building a long-term program of research related to urban nature.
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The new Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) Urban Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) project, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), is seeking a post doctoral scientist to join our research team. The MSP-LTER team is building a long-term program of research related to urban nature. The post doc will lead the synthesis of extensive datasets for lakes and streams, including integrating hydrology and water quality data.
Agency/location: Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri; Columbia, Missouri
I am seeking a PhD student broadly interested in limnology to join my lab. Research will be focused on aeration to oxygenate the hypolimnion of a small reservoir in northeastern Oregon to reduce severe internal loading of phosphorus that contributes to annual blooms of toxic cyanobacteria. Some modeling will be required, and opportunities exist to tie into and expand existing research on zooplankton ecology. This project is part of a long-term research program at the reservoir.
A fulltime LAB MANAGER position is open in the Alofs Lab at the School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) at the University of Michigan. We study the effects of environmental change on freshwater fishes and how to manage and conserve aquatic ecosystems. More details on the lab here: https://sites.google.com/umich.edu/alofs
Stroud Water Research Center is searching for a Postdoctoral Associate to study molecular microbial ecology in aquatic and terrestrial environments.
Graduate Research Assistant – Wetland Biogeochemistry on a Landscape Scale, Watershed Studies Institute and Department of Biological Sciences, Murray State University.
One full-time position to begin in August 2021.
Qualifications: B.S. in ecology, soil biogeochemistry, biology, or related discipline. Previous experience performing studies in strenuous field conditions, and remote sensing and GIS experience is highly desirable.
NASA’s Applied Remote Sensing Training Program (ARSET) has opened a new open, online webinar series: Introduction to Population Grids and their Integration with Remote Sensing Data for Sustainable Development and Disaster Management
This 2- part training, developed and presented by members of the POPGRID Data Collaborative, will focus on the different global population grids and their application to a range of topics related to development planning and monitoring of the SDGs