The Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene (WSLH) is looking for an individual who enjoys diatom taxonomy and who wants to be part of a successful team of environmental scientists. This position is located in the Environmental Health Division of the WSLH which serves as the public, environmental, and occupational health laboratory for the State of Wisconsin. This position is perfect for the person who has a strong interest and background in freshwater diatom taxonomy and who has experience identifying and enumerating specimens in rivers, streams, lakes and wetlands.
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The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department (VFWD) is recruiting for a Fish and Wildlife Scientist III position to serve as a Streamflow Protection Biologist. This is an excellent opportunity to make a difference in a small state. This position serves as VFWD's lead representative in flow-related regulatory proceedings.
Watershed Studies Institute and Murray State University
The Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Authority (www.sccwrp.org), a government research institute that specializes in environmental research and transitioning research to management, is seeking an early- to mid-career scientist to help us develop an innovative research program to develop data analysis and visualization tools. The program is aimed at translating complex environmental monitoring data into actionable information that informs state and regional-level aquatic resource management.
Ecology and Environment, Inc. is seeking an Environmental Scientist or Biologist in our Pittsburgh, PA office. This position will be responsible for supporting a variety of environmental projects for energy clients in the northeast. Our successful candidate will have environmental consulting and permitting experience in the northeast.
· Support a variety of environmental projects for energy clients in the northeast (Pennsylvania, Ohio, and/or New Jersey) including electrical transmission, pipelines, wind, and solar energy projects
Bob Hall’s river ecosystem ecology laboratory, at the University of Montana and the Flathead Lake Biological Station seeks to fill a postdoctoral research associate position working on river carbon cycling and ecosystem metabolism. This postdoctoral position will perform independent research on stream ecosystem modeling coupled with the fieldwork. The overall goal is to assess controls on within and among day variation of stream carbon cycling. In particular the postdoctoral position will conduct modeling of metabolism time series in streams and rivers.
The Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin (FCW) is the nation’s first integrated, higher education, multi-institutional program centered on serving the freshwater economy. It is designed to unleash the collective assets of the UW System and place them into an elite, one-of-a-kind program of training and research, while launching a talent development program in which students fully engage a diverse, multidisciplinary course of study across UW campuses.
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Biology
Specialization in Freshwater Ecology
The Department of Biology at the University of Dayton invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in Biology, specializing in Freshwater Ecology, to join the faculty beginning August 16, 2020. The candidate will be expected to develop a nationally competitive, extramurally funded research program that involves Ph.D., M.S. and undergraduate students.
Tenure-Track, Assistant or early Associate Professor
Academic year (9-month) appointment
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853
START DATE: July 2020 or as negotiated
Hood Lab, Aquatic Ecology Laboratory, Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology, The Ohio State University
The Hood Lab (www.hoodaquaticslab.wordpress.com) is recruiting up to two MS or PhD students to work on two projects focused on: (1) how interactions between harmful algal blooms and hypoxia shape zooplankton communities and food web dynamics in Lake Erie and (2) the role stream nutrient cycles and metabolism play in shaping phosphorus exports from agricultural landscapes to Lake Erie.