Summer Field Assistant – Arctic LTER

The Ecosystems Center of the Marine Biological Laboratory is seeking applicants for 2 summer field assistant positions on an ongoing ecological research project. These positions will be located at the Toolik Field Station in northern Alaska. For additional information about the Ecosystems Center and its programs, visit our web site at Information about the… Read more »

PhD Position in Forest Hydrology, Andrews Forest LTER

PhD opportunity to work in NSF funded project on physiographic characteristics that govern the temporal-spatial variability of rainfall-runoff generation response in headwater streams including sites at the Andrews Forest LTER. Contact Catalina Segura: Our research is multidisciplinary centered around questions that deal with the interactions among fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, and ecology at multiple scales…. Read more »

6 month Internship with USFS PNW at HJ Andrews Exp Forest

Field Technician – Resource Assistant  An Internship through Mobilize Green, in collaboration with  USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station  Internship Duty Station: HJ Andrews Experimental Forest 6 month Paid Internship followed by conversion potential to full-time federal employee Apply now! Applications will be evaluated soon!    This internship was advertised last spring but… Read more »

Ph.D. graduate fellowship at Dartmouth College to study ecology of the Hubbard Brook forest

We have a Ph.D. graduate fellowship available to begin in summer 2021 in Dartmouth’s Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution, Environment and Society (EEES). The successful candidate will design and conduct original research on biota of the Hubbard Brook Forest as part of the NSF-sponsored Long Term Ecological Research project. Possible study organisms include insects, bats, and other… Read more »

Two PhD Positions in Ecosystem Ecology | University of New Hampshire, Plum Island Ecosystems LTER, NEON

The Wollheim lab in the Department of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of New Hampshire seeks two PhD level graduate students to conduct research on: a) the coupled biogeochemical responses to land use and climate variability in urbanizing, temperate watersheds through interactions with streams, rivers, fluvial wetlands, beaver ponds, and/or reservoirs. Coupling of… Read more »

PhD position at George Washington University / VCR LTER in plant community ecology and physiology

The Gedan Lab at George Washington University is recruiting a full-time PhD student to research the response of maritime forest and coastal agricultural plant communities to saltwater intrusion. The research will take place at the Virginia Coast Reserve (VCR) Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) site and other field sites on the Delmarva Peninsula. The student… Read more »

Ph.D. position in ecological synchrony of kelp forests

Ph.D. position in ecological synchrony of kelp forests at Univ. of Virginia / SBC LTER The Castorani Lab at the University of Virginia is recruiting one Ph.D. student to study ecological synchrony in giant kelp forests across California and Baja California, Mexico. The student will investigate the patterns, causes, and consequences of synchrony in kelp… Read more »

Ph.D. position in seagrass biodiversity

Ph.D. position in seagrass biodiversity at Univ. of Virginia / VCR LTER The Castorani Lab at the University of Virginia is recruiting one Ph.D. student to study the patterns and drivers of seagrass biodiversity at the Virginia Coast Reserve Long Term Ecological Research project (VCR LTER; The Virginia Coast Reserve is home to the… Read more »

Doctoral position available in tropical ant ecology (starting 2021)

Applicants are invited from one doctoral student (official start date January 2021) to join the lab of Dr. Donald Yee. The position will focus on aspects of the population or community ecology of ants in El Yunque National Forest in Puerto Rico at the NSF funded Luquillo Long Term Ecological Research site (LTER). The position… Read more »

Multiple positions: research scientist/lab manager, 2 postdocs, 1 graduate student: Fisheries Systems Ecology Lab, University of Minnesota

The fisheries systems ecology lab is led by Dr. Gretchen Hansen at the University of Minnesota. Our research focuses on pattern and process in aquatic communities and ecosystems and management responses to local, regional, and global change. To answer complex questions we employ multiple approaches including statistical analyses of historical data, observational field studies, simulation… Read more »