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Job: Forest Hydrologist/Water Resources Scientist/Ecologist, GA
Monday, 14 April 2014 00:00

The Atlanta Georgia office of Golder Associates Inc. has an immediate opening for an entry-level/mid-level Forest Hydrologist/Water Resources Scientist/Ecologist to work on water resources projects for government, mining, power, waste, and oil/gas clients with a group of dynamic individuals striving to sustainably manage natural resources locally, nationally, and internationally.The successful individual will be responsible for supporting Senior Ecologists on project delivery by performing wWetland and stream jurisdictional delineations, surface water assessments, hydrology studies, vegetation surveys, and geomorphic surveys; design and monitoring of wetland and stream habitat restoration and stormwater management projects and regulatory analysis, liaising and permitting. Responsibilities will include data collection and evaluation, preparation and submittal of Requests for Jurisdictional Determination, Section 404/10 permitting applications, and studies and analysis in support of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Endangered Species Act compliance. For more information, click here. Job ID: 2014-10216.

Free Webinar on Water Quality Mobile Website "How's My Waterway"

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – April 23, 2014

EPA will be hosting a free webinar on April 23, 2014 from 1:00pm- 2:00pm Eastern Time to detail the new enhancements to How's My Waterway, a mobile friendly website that enables users to easily access water quality information for their local lakes, rivers, and streams. The mobile friendly website has proven popular with the general public and more technical users alike because of its plain-English approach, map and list formats, simple design, and rapid retrieval of local-scale information. The enhanced version includes, among other things, drinking water source protection areas, watershed information, information on local permits that limit pollutant discharges, and National fish habitat partnerships to restore waterways to protect and improve fish habitats. EPA water scientist Doug Norton, who developed How's My Waterway, will discuss the new enhancements and provide practical examples of how the tool can be used by various audiences.For more information, click here. To register for this webinar, click here.

Job: GIS Specialist/Technician, UT
Monday, 14 April 2014 00:00

BIO-WEST is seeking a full-time GIS technician or specialist to join the GIS Analysis and Planning Section in its Logan, Utah, office. The ideal candidate will have 1–3 years of work experience or equivalent education applying GIS in the context of community, transportation, and/or natural resource planning. A bachelor’s degree in geography, planning, landscape architecture, or similar field is required. For more information, click here. Position open until filled.

What chickadees can tell us: Studying the tiny birds and their territory gives university students insight into how our changing climate is altering the world around us
Monday, 14 April 2014 00:00

By Sandy Bauers – Portland Press Herald – March 30, 2014

About 15 years ago, Villanova University biology professor Robert Curry was looking for a project that would allow his students to investigate something interesting without much travel. He found it in a cheeky little bird with a black cap, familiar to anyone with a backyard feeder: the chickadee. His idea was to catch a lot of birds (with special nets), band them to identify individuals and keep track of all they did – who was nesting with whom and where, how many offspring they had, where the young went when they set out on their own. Little did Curry know how quickly this creature, weighing less than two quarters, would provide clear evidence of birds moving northward – at quite a clip – in association with climate change. For full story, click here.

Job: Associate Environmental Planner (Natural Sciences), Multiple Vacancies, CA
Monday, 14 April 2014 00:00

Caltrans Department of Transportation has multiple vacancies for Associate Environmental Planner (Natural Sciences) and for recruitment purposes, they will also consider Environmental Planner (NS) and Associate Environmental Planner. For more information, click here. Please reference PARF 04-4-0407, 0541, 0549 & 0591 on application. All applications will be screened, and the most qualified candidates will be interviewed. Also see more jobs, here.

Job: Senior Ecologist - Technical Assistant/Project Manager, China
Monday, 14 April 2014 00:00

Position: Senior Ecologist - Technical Assistant/Project Manager for Kevin L. Erwin CSE, PWS, DeTao Master of Ecological Restoration in Shanghai - Songjiang District Number: 1, P.R. China

This is a unique and extremely rewarding opportunity for the right individual, working with some of the most highly regarded scientists and practitioners in the world to change the way people think about landscapes and water issues and apply ecological restoration in China.

2014 Annual Update USACE National Wetland Plant List
Monday, 14 April 2014 00:00

U.S. Arm;y Corps of Engineer – 2014

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announces the 2014 annual update to the National Wetland Plant List (NWPL). For additional information on the 2014 NWPL, click here or visit the NWPL website.

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