"After Irma, Pummeled Everglades Shows Signs of Resilience" Our SEAS scientists:Dr. Evelyn Gaiser and Dr. Jim Fourqurean were interviewed for this article published in Earther.com earlier this week.
FIU News article about natural disasters in the past month featuring Dr. Grenville Draper. Read the article by following this link: https://news.fiu.edu/2017/10/one-disaster-after-another-could-fatigue-set-in/115837
The FIU School of Environment, Arts and Society and The Everglades Foundation have released the 2017 Impact report about their partnership for advancement of student research in the Everglades. Click on the link below to view their newsletter, impact report, and support their initiatives. http://mailchi.mp/cd3e201b9414/a-powerful-partnership-for-the-everglades-2017-newsletter-impact-report-121913?e=f8a50c6922
Interested in learning how the frequency and strength of hurricanes can vary with climate change and in understanding the impacts of hurricanes to coastal ecosystems in South Florida? Join FIU SEAS at Pinecrest Gardens for an informal Science Panel featuring experts in the topic: Dr. Hugh Willoughby, Dr. Michael Ross, Dr. Danielle Ogurcak & pH.D. student Sean Charles.
Lecture by Dr. Steven Whitfield from Zoo Miami. RSVP to email@example.com
Florida Institute of Oceanography (FIU is an FIO member institution) is having their first state-wide marine science symposium in October.
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The National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) is now accepting applications for a Social Media Community Manager and Editor. The job description is attached. This is a contractual position to help forward the mission of NMEA through it's Social Media communications. The Social Media Community Manager and Editor will work closely with the leadership and communications teams in NMEA.
UW is looking for a post doc or senior Ph.D. student to participate in a funded research project looking at environmental signals and stock assessment and management reference points. The ideal candidate will be familiar with statistical catch at age models or similar stock assessment methods, though we will consider individuals with strong quantitative training. Interested individuals should sent a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.