Applicants selected to participate in the Artists & Writers Program will be considered for field support in Antarctica beginning no sooner than a year after the specific proposal deadline in which they applied. Proposals will be considered for work aboard vessels in the Southern Ocean beginning no sooner than seven months after the June proposal deadline. The Antarctic research season is focused annually between October to February. Deployment dates are dependent on the research project or location where the successful applicant will be placed.
**During this period of physical distancing engagement opportunities may be postponed or cancelled without notifying Green Guides. To find the most accurate information regarding engagement opportunity timelines, email listed opportunity contacts or visit the opportunity-specific websites.**
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TCSS would like to encourage young people by providing hands-on experience at PPP/Native Plant Nursery that would impact and leave them with lasting effects and knowledge on our Sonoran Desert Plants.
The 2020 Native Youth in Food and Agriculture Leadership Summit is open to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian youth, ages 18-24 (including recently graduated high school seniors).
Term: May/June, 2020 – August 28, 2020
Location: USDA ARS Southwest Watershed Research Center, 2000 E Allen Rd., Tucson, AZ
Position involves field work and hot, dry conditions.
Field and office duties:
Assist with post-storm instrumentation maintenance on the USDA-ARS Walnut Gulch Experimental Watershed, Tombstone, AZ, and the Santa Rita Experimental Range, south of Tucson. Cleanout runoff flume intakes, reset sensors, check batteries, and collect sediment samples.
Provide field and lab support for research on the ecohydrologic impacts of disturbances, plant invasions, and/or fire on vegetation, soils, and hydrology and erosion processes.
Starting date: As soon as Spring 2020, rolling application cycle
Focus on whole genome sequencing/assembly/annotation, population genomic analyses via Low-Coverage Whole Genome Sequencing, RNA Seq and extensive field work opportunities.
The BIO5 Institute engages many students through event volunteering, internship and employment. We would like to notify you of these opportunities in case you are able to pass along to your students, or know a student who might be a good fit. Thank you in advance for your assistance in getting the word to students.