Macroinvertebrate communities in Gulf Coastal Plains Streams of Arkansas.
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The Stream Ecosystem Ecology Laboratory at Drake University seeks a research technician to assist with two research projects focused on water quality and manage a vibrant team of 3 – 5 undergraduate students. In collaboration with Oak Ridge National Laboratory, we are investigating water quality by the meter and minute using an aquatic drone equipped with water quality sensors in agro-urban streams of Central Iowa. A second project examines changes in water quality and stream ecosystem health across human dominated landscapes around the Des Moines metropolitan area.
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The Garvey Lab (Dr. Jim Garvey, students, and post-docs) in the Center for Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences (CFAAS; https://fisheries.siu.edu/) at Southern Illinois University is seeking a multi-year postdoctoral fellow to join our funded research group investigating questions related to the ecology and management of invasive fishes. Research topics include mechanisms underlying movement, early life history dynamics and recruitment, and ecosystem/socioeconomic effects of invasions at regional and continental scales.
The Garvey Lab (Dr. Jim Garvey, students, and post-docs) in the (CFAAS) Center for Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences (https://fisheries.siu.edu/) at Southern Illinois University is recruiting up to three funded graduate research assistants at the M.S. or Ph.D. level with an interest in fisheries and/or invasion ecology.
A postdoctoral position is available to join an interdisciplinary research team at The Center for the Management, Utilization and Protection of Water Resources at Tennessee Tech University. The successful candidate will work with a team of hydrologists and ecologists studying riparian wetland restoration in agricultural watersheds within the Lower Mississippi River Basin.
Organization U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Reference Code EPA-ORD-CPHEA-PESD-2020-03
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Applicants are invited for one doctoral student to join (preferred start date January 2021) the lab of Dr. Andrew Mehring at the University of Louisville. The position will focus on the drivers of wetland greenhouse gas emissions, and may involve the effects of nutrient inputs, phytoplankton, macrophytes, and benthic invertebrates (or larger fauna) on fluxes of methane, carbon dioxide, and nitrous oxide.
EPA Conservation Activities and Nutrient and Water Quality Research Fellowship
Opportunity Reference Code: EPA-ORD-CPHEA-PESD-2020-03