SESYNC seeks applications for two Assistant Research Scientist positions.
Each will contribute to leading, planning, organizing and managing SESYNC programs and activities primarily but not exclusively targeting young scholars.
Governing fisheries in the face of change: Social responses to long-term geographic shifts in a U.S. fishery. Published in
Marine Policy by Bradford Dubik and colleagues
as part of the Graduate Pursuit, Shifting Fish and Fishers.
Impact of road salt on drinking water quality and infrastructure corrosion in private wells. Published in Environmental Science and Technology by Kelsey Pieper and colleagues including SESYNC postdoc Nate Jones.
Negative biotic interactions drive predictions of distributions for species from a grassland community. Published in Biology Letters by SESYNC postdoc Phillip Staniczenko, K. Blake Suttle, and Richard Pearson.