Want to join something GREAT and make a difference? This position is the lead scientist for the Aquatic Reserves Program. They will lead or guide monitoring and research projects in aquatic ecosystems including diverse kelp and seagrass communities, sandy, cobbled and rocky beaches, mudflats, estuarine, and other oceanic sites. Monitoring projects are carried out on a wide variety of species and communities including seagrass, forage fish, temperature and sediment, larval crabs and fish, invasive species, freshwater quality, and amphibians. This position leads the analysis and QAQC of scientific data for Aquatic Reserves.Duties Responsibilities:
  • Independently develops aquatic reserve monitoring and research programs. This includes research

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