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Webinar – Understanding Environmental Change in the Yukon River Basin through the Indigenous Observation Network and Citizen Science
Ryan Toohey, USGS Alaska Climate Science Center Tuesday, September 19; 12 -1 PM Alaska Time The Yukon River Basin (YRB), underlain by discontinuous permafrost, has experienced a warming climate over the last century that has altered air temperature, precipitation, and … Continue reading
Alaska region U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking excellent candidates for a Tribal Communications and Outreach Specialist. Open now — Closes May 19 Links to USA Jobs are below: R7-16-1697446-AV Merit Promotion Status Candidates (GS-09/11) R7-16-1695828-AV U.S. Citizens (GS-09/11) … Continue reading
Position Announcement, to be posted mid-May — Science Communications Coordinator (Western AK LCC & AK CSC)
The Western Alaska Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) and the Alaska Climate Science Center (CSC) are seeking a Science Communications Coordinator to aid in the development of tools and products to assist decision makers and stakeholders coping with a host of … Continue reading
Open Now. Closes May, 11. For more information: R2-16-1697339-CL-DEU R2-16-1697740-CL-MP
The Science Coordinator for the California Landscape Conservation Cooperative performs a key role as a senior scientist collaboratively developing, maintaining, and advancing a strategic, landscape-oriented, partnership-driven approach to integrated fish and wildlife conservation throughout the Region. This position is stationed … Continue reading
Below are vacancy announcements for the Supervisory Fish & Wildlife Biologist (Habitat Restoration), GS-0401-12/13. This is the Branch Chief position for the Habitat Restoration branch at the Anchorage Fish and Wildlife Field Office. The position leads staff, who are biologists, an … Continue reading
Pre-announcement for a 3-year funded postdoctoral research position in species’ adaptive capacity and vulnerability to climate change
An exciting research opportunity is opening at the USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center on the Montana State University campus for a passionate postdoctoral researcher interested in patterns of species vulnerability and resilience to contemporary climate change, as they relate … Continue reading