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Dedicated to independent, problem-solving research on California’s critical water issues

Assistant Specialist - Job Opportunity

The Center for Watershed Sciences is hiring an Assistant Specialist to work on an aquatic food-web carbon flow project. The position encompasses field data collection along with laboratory and data analysis in order to quantify carbon flow in zooplankton communities in rivers, marshes, and floodplains. Application closes July 20, 2019. More details available here.


Junior Specialist - Job Opportunity

The Center for Watershed Sciences is hiring a Junior Specialist who will focus on studies of abiotic and biotic conditions that affect the ecology of invertebrate and vertebrate organisms in estuaries. Interested applicants can apply from 06/13/19 – 07/13/19 for full consideration for this position. More details are available here.

Assistant Specialist - Job Opportunity

The Center for Watershed Sciences is hiring an Assistant Specialist to assist with salmon otolith and eye lens isotope projects in California to quantify critical rearing habitats for salmon viability. The position is full time for one year starting approximately 8/1/2019 with the possibility for extension. Application closes Sunday, Jun 30, 2019 at 11:59pm. Please see the posting here for further details.

Geospatial Junior Specialist - Job Opportunity - CLOSED

The Center for Watershed Sciences is hiring a Junior Specialist to assist with geospatial research projects in California. The position is full time, from 2/1/2019 to 1/30/2020 with the possibility for extension. Application closes January 6th, 2019. Please see the attached posting for further details. Additional questions about this position should be directed to Ann Willis (awillis@ucdavis.edu) or Sarah Yarnell (smyarnell@ucdavis.edu).

 

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Sierra Nevada Meadows Clearinghouse

Mountain meadow wetlands provide disproportionally important ecological services as compared to the area they cover in the Sierra Nevada by providing wetland-associated biodiversity, attenuating floods, and by contributing...

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Authors: S.E. Null; J. Medellín-Azuara; A. Escriva-Bou; M. Lent; J.R. Lund
Journal Article 2014