[ECOLOG-L] PhD Assistantship - Deer Population Modeling

2018-02-09 Thread Swihart, Robert K
I seek an energetic and motivated Ph.D. student to join an interdisciplinary team of faculty, staff, students and state agency personnel who are working to integrate biological, ecological, and sociological aspects of deer management in Indiana. The successful applicant will conduct

[ECOLOG-L] Graduate Research Scholarship & Bursaries

2018-02-09 Thread Jenna T Quinn
Now accepting applications! The Ages Foundation Fellowship and Bursaries program will allow students to study in a relatively undisturbed, yet highly accessible site in Waterloo Region. The monetary awards will help ensure successful candidates have the necessary resources to conduct and

[ECOLOG-L] PhD opportunity in vegetation ecology

2018-02-09 Thread Mike Jenkins
PhD Opportunity: Vegetation Community Response to Deer Herbivory and Landscape Context I am seeking a motivated PhD student to examine how vegetation communities respond to state-wide differences in deer population estimates and landscape context. The student will be part of team of

[ECOLOG-L] Ph.D. Assistantships in Biogeochemistry & Root-rhizosphere

2018-02-09 Thread Vidya Suseela
We seek applicants for two Ph.D. positions in the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences at Clemson University, SC, USA. The project focuses on changes in soil carbon cycling, plant-soil feedbacks, root-rhizosphere interactions in managed and unmanaged ecosystems. Successful candidates

[ECOLOG-L] Assistant Professor of Plant Ecology

2018-02-09 Thread Waldron, Jayme
The Department of Biological Sciences at Marshall University (www.marshall.edu/biology) invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor of Plant Ecology position. The department will give preference to candidates with prior teaching experience in Ecology and strong quantitative skills.

[ECOLOG-L] PhD opportunity in pollinator ecology

2018-02-09 Thread Tonya Lander
Fully funded PhD opportunity in pollinator ecology - UK or EU nationals only Global declines of both wild and managed insect pollinators threaten ecosystem function and human food security. Pollinator declines have been specifically linked to declines in the abundance and diversity of floral

[ECOLOG-L] AniMove: animal movement and remote sensing summer school

2018-02-09 Thread Martin Wegmann
AniMove summerschool on analysing animal movement and combine them with remote sensing environmental data for ecology and conservation application. Sept 10th - 21th, 2018, Max-Planck-Institute Radolfzell, Lake Constance, Germany, www.animove.org AniMove offers 2 intensive weeks of animal

[ECOLOG-L] Job: Seasonal Wetland Field Technician in Wisconsin

2018-02-09 Thread Rachel Schultz
Seasonal Wetland Field Technician position at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Work Location: Stevens Point, WI Supervisor: Kennedy-Grohne Chair in Waterfowl and Wetlands Conservation Pay Schedule-range: $12.00/hour Shift: Will vary based on need during the field season (March-April;

[ECOLOG-L] Apply for University of Miami Graduate School - Marine and Atmospheric Science

2018-02-09 Thread MPS RSMAS
Good morning! I hope you are having an amazing Spring semester. My name is Josh Coco and I am the Executive Director for Communication and Development at the University of Miami Rosenstiel Campus. We know lots of students are making decisions about where they want to go for graduate school and

[ECOLOG-L] Forestry Technician in Eastern National Parks

2018-02-09 Thread Kate Miller
The Schoodic Institute located at Acadia National Park is recruiting 3 seasonal Forestry Technicians to be a part of a 4 person field crew that will be collecting forest health data in 16 National Parks throughout the Eastern US. Job Title: Forestry Technician- Traveling Job Type: full-time,

[ECOLOG-L] Finding common ground for cattle, fish, and people: special issue of ESA Frontiers on mountain systems

2018-02-09 Thread Liza Lester
A special issue of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment looks for new solutions to old problems by pooling the knowledge of scientists, ranchers, feds, community groups, and tribes Read this story online:

[ECOLOG-L] Research Assistant: Buck Island Sea Turtle Research Program 2018

2018-02-09 Thread Code, Tessa
*Buck Island Sea Turtle Research Program Research Assistant Vacancy Announcement 2018* Buck Island Reef National Monument (BIRNM), located on the island of St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, is seeking applicants for the position of Sea Turtle Research Assistant (intern) to conduct sea turtle research

[ECOLOG-L] Two POSTDOCS for developing "next-gen" species distribution models at the MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN

2018-02-09 Thread Adam B. Smith
I am excited to announce two postdoc positions are available in the Global Change Conservation Lab at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Both positions focus on developing “next-generation” species distribution models that can use the vast amount of data that is typically discarded before analysis

[ECOLOG-L] Job: Forest Ecosystem Physiology, U ME

2018-02-09 Thread David Inouye
The School of Forest Resources at the University of Maine seeks a collaborative colleague to join our faculty as an Assistant Professor of Forest Ecosystem Physiology. The successful applicant is expected to fully participate in undergraduate and graduate education and build a strong research

[ECOLOG-L] Plant Ecology Technician in Acadia National Park

2018-02-09 Thread Kate Miller
The Schoodic Institute located at Acadia National Park is recruiting 1 seasonal Plant Ecology Technician to conduct long-term vegetation monitoring and contribute to forest research in the Acadia National Park Region Job Title: Plant Ecology Technician Job Type: full-time, temporary position

[ECOLOG-L] Phd position at Michigan State University

2018-02-09 Thread Andrew Myers
PhD position, posting on behalf of Dr. Marianna Szucs. Please send all correspondence to szucs...@msu.edu. A research assistantship for a PhD student is available at the Department of Entomology at Michigan State University beginning in May or June 2018. Research will focus on testing the

[ECOLOG-L] Highlands Biological Station - Summer Courses

2018-02-09 Thread Sarah Workman
Come study on the Highlands Plateau - a global biodiversity hotspot! Enjoy the cool high elevations of the Southern Appalachian Mountains this summer while you earn credit and gain field research experience in any of our 1 or 2-week accredited biology field courses. Now in our 91st year,

[ECOLOG-L] Peer networking event for early career women in math and mathematical biology

2018-02-09 Thread Natalie Lemanski
Hello all, We are seeking undergraduate and graduate women in mathematics or mathematical biology to participate in a peer networking workshop at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, coinciding with the Applications of Spatial Data: Ecological Niche Modeling tutorial taking place at