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Research Aquatic Ecologist/Research Fish Biologist

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USDA Forest Service Research Aquatic Ecologist/Research Fish Biologist

Please see the enclosed Outreach notice for a Research Aquatic Ecologist/Research Fish Biologist with the Communities and Landscapes of the Urban Northeast - Northern Research Station, USDA Forest Service with locations in Baltimore, MD; Philadelphia, PA; New York City, New York and Amherst, MA. The position will be open to all US citizens and respondents to this Outreach notice will be notified when it is posted on USA Jobs.  

This is a great opportunity for an early career researcher!  

“The Northern Research Station is seeking expressions of interest for a broadly-trained Research Aquatic Ecologist/Fish Biologist.  The scientist will take a systems approach to understanding northeastern aquatic (including riparian and floodplain) habitats, ecosystem processes, and species across the rural to urban gradient with an emphasis on the urban end of that continuum.  A particular emphasis will be the impacts of extreme heat and precipitation on aquatic and riparian ecosystems in the context of a warmer, wetter climate. The scientist will also be expected to conduct research that informs the wide range of aquatic habitat restoration actions and approaches currently being employed in these landscapes, and work with social science researchers and practitioners to better understand the way in which science and practice informs the values and perspectives of the public.  Finally, the scientist will develop research that intersects with long-term foundational projects and datasets across the rural to urban gradient.  Successful applicants will have demonstrated the ability to complete the entire cycle of research from study conception through communication and dissemination, including publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals”

If you have any questions, or need additional information, please contact Keith Nislow, Project Leader and Research Fish Biologist, NRS-08, Amherst, MA  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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