Montana Natural Heritage Program (MTNHP) of the University of Montana is seeking Seasonal Ecological Monitoring staff for rangeland and aquatic surveys during the summer of 2019. MTNHP is partnering with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in 2019 to implement their terrestrial and aquatic Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) strategy, which is targeted at collecting standardized inventory and long-term vegetation data at multiple scales across BLM Districts in the Western U.S.
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This is an opportunity for graduate studies at the Master’s or doctoral level as part of a collaboration between Gray Turnage, of the Mississippi State University GeoSystems Research Institute (gri.msstate.edu) and the Ervin Plant Ecology lab (garyervin.net).
The Post Lab at Yale University (https://postlab.yale.edu/) and the Subalusky Lab at University of Florida (https://asubalusky.wordpress.com/) are seeking a postdoctoral associate to study aquatic secondary production in response to wildlife subsidies in the Mara River, Kenya. The successful candidate will combine comparative and experimental methods to test predictions that the magnitude of resource subsidies influences trophic structure and function.
Graduate PhD positions are available in the Laboratory of Freshwater Ecology at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario to conduct ecological research on lakes and rivers. Research for these positions could range from nutrient effects on animal nutrition and food webs to landscape studies of carbon and nutrients. Field work for these positions could include projects in the Great Lakes and their watersheds, central Ontario in cottage country and the Experimental Lakes Area in northwestern Ontario.
The University of Michigan announces one post-doctoral research and coordination opportunity, beginning January 2019. The opportunity is in the field of Sustainability and Development. The selected candidate will work closely with the faculty team involved in this work at UM, and initially will assist in helping three of the goals of the Sustainability and Development Initiative at UM: Creation of a Sustainable Development Goals Resource book; organization of the annual sustainability and development conference, and development of an online curriculum on the topic.
We are seeking a student to pursue a PhD in ecology in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying the ecology of Lake Myvatn, Iceland. Our project involves aquatic research with a strong quantitative component. We are seeking a PhD student with interests that intersect any of the ongoing research areas in the project, including food web ecology, ecosystem function, limnology, biogeochemistry, and population dynamics. A MS degree is not a pre-requisite.
The University of Florida Water Institute Graduate Fellows Program (WIGF) is offering 5 to 6 PhD fellowships for interdisciplinary collaborative studies in hydrology, hydrogeology, geochemistry, microbial ecology, botany, ecosystem ecology, and coastal hydrodynamics of glaciers, pro-glacial landscapes, and coastal systems in Greenland. Fellows will form a cohort and will benefit from integrative activities to enhance interdisciplinary skills as well as expertise in environmental civics (i.e. leadership, outreach and civic engagement skills).
The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa invites applications for a full-time (9-month) tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Ecohydrology. The successful applicant will establish an extramurally funded and internationally recognized research program centered on interactions and feedbacks between ecological and hydrological processes at any point in the water cycle.
Central Michigan University is seeking undergraduate students to participate in a 10-week research experience for undergraduates (REU) program at its Biological Station (CMUBS) on Beaver Island, MI. This REU program will support the training of 8 students during the summer of 2019 (tentative dates are May 28-August 3). The research theme of the REU will document how unprecedented changes (e.g.