We seek an MS student to start May 2021 on a project examining the influence of beaver mimicry on the structure and function of headwater stream and riparian food webs in western Montana. The student will be part of the Systems Ecology program at the University of Montana and jointly advised by Drs. Ben Colman (Franke College of Forestry and Conservation) and Rachel Malison (Flathead Lake Biological Station).
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The Delta Stewardship Council, through its Delta Science Program, and in partnership with U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, is pleased to announce the release of the final version of our proposal solicitation notice for high-quality social and biophysical science studies in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, that advance the 2017-2021 Science Action Agenda (SAA).
The Odum School of Ecology and the River Basin Center at The University of Georgia invite students with an interest in freshwater ecology to apply to the master’s degree program in Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development (soon to be renamed “Integrative Conservation and Sustainability”). We anticipate offering two 2-year fellowships to students matriculating in fall 2021, the Butler Fellowship and the Spencer Fellowship, both of which support students working in freshwater ecology and related areas.
The University of Georgia (UGA) Odum School of Ecology and UGA College of Engineering are hiring a postdoctoral associate to anchor an interdisciplinary team of researchers studying how large-scale nature-based infrastructure can contribute to biodiversity conservation and enhancement. Project elements could include:
- A case study of how levee systems can be designed and managed for biodiversity
- Quantification and valuation of the historical loss of biodiversity due to large-scale grey infrastructure, and the potential for reversing or mitigating these losses
Project Coordinator for program engaging underrepresented scholars in freshwater science
We are seeking a highly motivated Ph.D. student to join our research team exploring how soil processes govern water quality as part of an interdisciplinary NSF-funded Sensors in the Soils project (https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=2034430&HistoricalAward...). This Ph.D.
Lindsey Reisinger’s lab at the University of Florida is looking for a highly motivated PhD student to start in fall 2021. This is a fully funded position including tuition and a competitive stipend.
Position: Postdoctoral Scholar – Aquatic Condition and Resilience
Location(s): Corvallis, Oregon State University
Closing date: Nov 30, 2020
Our shared global fisheries provide invaluable recreation opportunities, help ensure food security, and contribite to local and global economies. However, climate change threatens to undermine the health of our fisheries and, indeed, aquatic ecosystems more broadly. Thus, there is an urgent need to communicate the risk of climate change within a fisheries context.