Recruiting a Watershed Modeller in BC, Canada

Research Scientist Position in Watershed Modelling

We are recruiting a research scientist to work on watershed modelling problems at the Hakai Institute. The first objective is a stream temperature modelling study in collaboration with Dr. Dan Moore of University of British Columbia and Dr. Jordan Benner of the Nanwakolas Council

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Variably Inundated Ecosystems AGU Session

If you’re working on any kind of system that experiences variable inundation at any spatiotemporal scale (e.g., non-perennial streams, coastal systems, wetlands, temporary ponds, etc.), please consider submitting your work to the following AGU session.


H096 - Non-perennial and Variably Inundated Waterways: Integrating Hydrological, Geochemical, Ecological, and Social Perspectives

AGU Session B060 Microbes in Biogeochemical Cycles: Linking Responses to Ecosystem Processes and Environmental Change

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to invite you to submit abstracts to the AGU Fall Meeting 2021 session B049. Microbes in Biogeochemical Cycles: Linking Responses to Ecosystem Processes and Environmental Change

Hydro-bio-geo Research Project Coordinator

Description: The Kansas Biological Survey (Amy Burgin) and Kansas Geological Survey (Sam Zipper, Erin Seybold) are recruiting a Research Project Coordinator to provide assistance, logistical support, organizational services, and facilitate project wide communication for several on-going funded research projects.

Geohydrology Internship Program (paid summer research for undergrad or grad students)

The Kansas Geological Survey's Geohydrology Internship Program is hiring 3-5 interns for summer 2022 to contribute to a variety of projects including investigating water quantity and quality in intermittent streams; using remotely sensed data and crop models to evaluating irrigation management for groundwater sustainability; and characterizing the drivers of water availability and water quality in the Kansas River corridor.

Multiple lab, field, data management, and outreach positions for crowdsourced science at Pacific Northwest National Lab

Our river corridor research group at Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL) has 5 job postings for post-Masters, post-Bachelors, and current undergraduate students. The positions are diverse and close in mid-December. All focus on crowdsourced science around river corridors. The postings range from hands-on field/lab work to data management to outreach across a broad range of stakeholders.