We are currently seeking applications for a post-doctoral researcher to be involved in several new research projects in the Biology Department at the University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, USA). These projects will develop high throughput markers for a number of endangered freshwater fishes found in the Southwestern United States. Successful applicant be responsible for (i) analysis of next-gen sequencing data (ii) development SNP arrays for ongoing genetic monitoring/evolutionary ecology projects and (iii) development of sex specific markers for Rio Grande silvery minnow.
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Short term position open: Field Scientist for National Rivers and Streams Assessment
Employer: Kansas Department of Health and Environment
Based in: Topeka, Shawnee County, KS
Job Title: Environmental Associate
Requisition number: 192140
Posting closes: March 1, 2019
Anticipated start date: mid-April
MS or PhD student position in the Department of Environmental Sciences at the Louisiana State University College of Coast and the Environment
Responsibilities: Conduct research at the landscape level on the linkages between ecosystem services and human health/well-being.
Active Learning in Environmental Sciences and Sustainability Courses:
Climate Solutions, Field Biology, Global Water Sustainability, & Project-based Learning ESS Capstone
Position title: Postdoctoral Teaching Associates (2 positions available)
Location: Department of Natural Resources, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-5701
Ph.D. Student Position, Department of Biology, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
We are seeking undergraduates or college graduates interested in environmental research to understand ecosystem function in soils, streams, and lakes, and how arctic tundra will respond to climate change.
We are seeking a dynamic science leader of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center Aquatic Ecosystems Health Branch. The mission of UMESC is to conduct research to support managers in the Department of Interior and other Federal and State agencies managing land and water resources in the U.S., with emphasis in the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes. UMESC coordinates its research with other federal, state, academic, non-governmental and private research groups.
The Colorado Natural Heritage Program is seeking experienced field technicians to work on multiple stream and wetland projects across Colorado and Utah. For all projects, technicians will spend 4–8 days in a row in the field, often camping away from their base location.
We at NASA's Applied Remote Sensing Training Program (ARSET) wish to reach out and make you aware of an upcoming open, online training series on the access and application of satellite remote sensing for estimating surface water budgets.
The ARSET program offers satellite remote sensing training that builds the skills to integrate NASA Earth Science data into an agency’s and organization's decision-making activities. As all NASA data is open and free, so are ARSET trainings.