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Tue, 2016/02/23 - 10:13am

Atmospheric Scientist I

Requisition ID:  15022226

Location:  United States - Florida - Melbourne

US Citizenship Required for this Position:  Yes

Relocation Assistance:  Relocation assistance may be available

Clearance Type:  Secret

Number of Openings:  1

Shift:  1st Shift

Referral Bonus Eligible?  No

Req Probability:  Funded

Mon, 2016/02/22 - 12:33pm


Flathead Lake Biological Station (FLBS), a University of Montana Center of Excellence, is offering a rigorous field ecology summer academic program in a spectacular natural setting - the Crown of the Continent in Northwest Montana.

Join them June 13 - August 5, 2016 for a 2- and 4-week immersion style courses including Field Ecology, Conservation Ecology, Landscape Ecology, Lake Ecology, Stream Ecology, Alpine Ecology, and Ecology of Forests and Grassland.

Mon, 2016/02/22 - 12:13pm

Click on the image below for the application.






Mon, 2016/02/22 - 9:55am

The Fuentes lab is looking for DIS or volunteer students to participate in an interdisciplinary study looking at the motivations, frequency, and knowledge of recreational scallopers in the Big Bend of Florida. We are studying what brings scallopers to the region, how often they come, and their knowledge of marine turtle populations in areas where they fish. The work will be predominantly focused around in-person surveys and interviews of recreational users at public boat ramps in Crystal River, FL.

Jonathon Oulton
Mon, 2016/02/15 - 4:25pm

Jonathan Oulton, an undergrad in EOAS performed research at FSU that was published today in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, the foremost journal in the field of Cosmochemistry. Jon is the first author on this paper, and coauthors include Prof. Lawrence Grossman and Dr. Alexei Fedkin of The University of Chicago, and Munir Humayun, a professor of Geochemistry in the Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science at FSU, and a researcher in the Geochemistry group at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.