UF Center for Coastal Solutions and Florida Sea Grant announce a new 12-month coastal policy analyst opportunity to advance the development and implementation of science-based coastal policy in Florida.
Required broad curriculum content areas include integrative sustainability; systems thinking; earth systems, observation and monitoring; modeling and impact analysis; statistics and research methods; environmental justice, social, economic and health disparities; and environmental policy.
Deadline: Feb 10. Locations: Albuquerque, New Mexico; Austin, TX; Columbia, MO; Tucson, AZ; Corpus Christi, TX.
Deadline: Feb 15. Oversees and evaluates Natural Resources Programs– Coordinates and oversees Coastal Management Program (CMP) Projects of Special Merit and other CMP Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act projects.
1) Signal, Image and Video Processing, 2) Graph Technology, 3) Reinforcement Learning, 4) Underwater Robotics
Deadline: Feb. 20. University of Virginia. Research is focused on the widespread ecological phenomenon of synchrony, the tendency for populations in distant locations to rise and fall in unison. Involves analysis of existing data; no field work. A background in marine ecology is not necessary. International applicants are welcome.
Projects may include wildlife studies, wetland delineations/replacement, natural system design, environmental permitting documents, soils studies, rare plant studies, watershed hydrology, floodplains, water budget, and pollutant loading or related work.
Deadline January 22, 2021. This unique fellowship opportunity will place science Ph.D. or J.D. students or recent graduates in coastal sustainability, coastal management, and environmental policy positions within Maryland.
Deadline: Feb 5, 2021. The Aquatic Connectivity Team Facilitator will be responsible for working with the leads of each Aquatic Connectivity Team to ensure that the Teams maintain momentum and are continuing to grow and serve the purpose for which… Read More
The manager is responsible for overseeing implementation of coastal habitat conservation initiatives in the New England and mid-Atlantic states, and leading work with managers and stakeholders to establish an ecosystem-based approach to fisheries management in federal waters of the region.