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NRRI is Currently Hiring an Applied Limnologist, full time research position
The Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI) at the University of Minnesota Duluth seeks a full-time researcher (professional staff) specializing in Applied Limnology with an emphasis on freshwater quality issues in the Upper Great Lakes region of the US. Research at NRRI is focused on our mission of delivering research solutions to pressing problems associated with the sustainable use and development of Minnesota’s natural resources, balancing the environment, resources and economy for the benefit of communities. Projects are likely to include, but are not restricted to, a mixture of basic and applied approaches to finding cost-effective solutions to the region’s most pressing water resource issues. The program may involve the development of predictive tools and/or technologies to improve decision-making by lake, stream, wetland, and watershed managers; field and laboratory experimentation; environmental impact analyses; monitoring and assessment programs, and will include cross-Institute collaboration to develop water quality enhancement technologies associated with mining, logging, biomaterials and other resource-based industries. We seek an applied limnologist with a broad set of skills who can collaborate effectively with interdisciplinary groups of Institute, agency, industry and academic scientists; engineers; social scientists; and environmental educators. The candidate will be expected to develop his/her own externally-funded research program.
See the full job ad and qualifications at: https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs; Keyword search on 325677.
Review of complete applications will begin September 17, 2018, and will continue until the position is filled.
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