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Subject: job postings
From: Ryan Woodland <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 10 Aug 2006 12:54:07 -0400

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I appologize for any cross-posting, but these positions may be of  
interest to this group.


Chesapeake Biological Laboratory
Multiple tenure-track faculty positions
Ecology, Environmental Chemistry, Fisheries Science

Target date for receipt of applications: September 29, 2006

To support our growing multi-disciplinary research programs focused on  
environmental issues of international concern and relevance to the  
Chesapeake Bay ecosystem, we invite applications for several  
tenure-track faculty positions to enhance our environmental research  
and teaching programs and contribute to our strategic directions. We  
particularly seek scientists with interdisciplinary interests in  
environmental research, graduate level training, and in scientific  
integration and application. Successful candidates should complement  
faculty strengths in fisheries science, ecosystem studies, and  
environmental chemistry (, and are expected  
to teach graduate level courses within the Marine Estuarine and  
Environmental Sciences Graduate Program (  
Preference given to junior faculty hires, but outstanding senior  
scientists with interests in programmatic development will also be  


  with expertise in the following research areas are of particular interest:

- Stable isotopic tracers of coastal ecosystem processes
- Aquatic ecosystem dynamics or food web analysis
- Climate impacts on ecosystem function, resilience, and restoration
- Higher trophic interactions

Our location on the Chesapeake Bay provides substantial opportunity  
for research emphasizing land-sea connectivity, estuarine processes,  
and coastal ocean ecosystems. The UMCES fleet is based at CBL with a  
new 75-ft vessel under construction.

Application process: Only electronic applications will be accepted.  
Applicants should send: 1) a cover letter including the names of three  
persons who have been asked to send letters of reference by September  
29; 2) a curriculum vitae; 3) a statement of research and teaching  
experience and interests; and 4) electronic (pdf) files of up to five  
reprints. All materials should be addressed to Dr. Margaret A. Palmer,  
Director, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, and sent to:  
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Salary and benefits are competitive and dependent upon qualifications.  
Ph.D. is required of successful candidate at time of appointmen,t and  
postdoctoral experience is preferred. He/she must be able to generate  
external research funding, and participate in graduate teaching and  
training. UMCES is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.  
We promote excellence through diversity and encourage women and  
minorities to apply.

Ryan J Woodland
Graduate Research Assistant
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory
1 Williams St
PO Box 38
Solomons, MD 20688
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