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Subject: Aquatic ecologist research position in Moab, Utah
From: Anne M Brasher <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 7 Dec 2008 12:42:30 -0700
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Aquatic Ecologist Research Position. 
 
Work with the U.S. Geological Survey Water Science Center in Moab , Utah on 
a variety of interdisciplinary projects investigating human impacts on 
aquatic systems.   Current projects focus on the semi-arid desert of the 
Colorado Plateau and on tropical Pacific Island systems.   Research 
experience in freshwater ecology is required.   Experience in hydrology, 
geomorphology, or stable isotopes a plus. You should have:   strong 
research abilities, excellent writing skills (journal article 
publications), analytical data analysis and statistical abilities, and 
interest in developing innovative new projects.   Written and oral 
communication to a wide range of audiences is an essential component of the 
position.   Position requires the ability to backpack and camp for extended 
periods in rugged and remote areas, and the interest and availability to 
travel for up to several weeks at time.     Projects often involve working 
with management agencies such as BLM and the National Park Service, and 
collaborating with scientists in several different disciplines. 
 
The duty station for this position is Moab , Utah , a great place to live 
with numerous activities (hiking, biking, kayaking, rafting) just outside 
your door. Studies also will be conducted in various southwestern states, 
as well as in other countries.   Extensive travel may be required.   Salary 
starts at $45,000.   U.S. citizenship required.   This position is ideal 
for a post-doc.   Persons with a Master’s degree and proven ability to 
publish journal articles will also be considered. Announcement closes 
December 15 th .   For more information contact Anne Brasher, 
[log in to unmask] 435-259-3866.   Find all the details on the position and 
how to apply at USA jobs:   http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov    vacancy: 
WR-2009-0098

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