Graduate position available: Wyoming Anticipating Climate Transitions
We are seeking graduate students to work on a new NSF EPSCoR project aimed at addressing the ecological and socioeconomic consequences of climate-driven changes to water supply in Wyoming.
MS Assistantship on fish drought refuges
The Walters Lab is seeking applications for a funded master’s student to work on delineating drought refuges for rangeland stream fishes in eastern Wyoming and Montana.
New research on boreal toads
PhD student Gabe Barrile finds toads can switch habitats to clear disease.
New research on multiple stressors
Richard Walker’s research on oil and natural gas development and flow is out in Journal of Applied Ecology.
Postdoc available in Walters Lab
We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral research associate to work on drought and the implications for fish.
New research on tracking fish movement with Strontium isotopes
Lindsy Ciepiela (Walters lab) just published two papers in CJFAS.
New research on thermal guild development
Caitlin Mandeville’s (Walters lab) research integrating field & lab data to create a framework for developing temperature standards was just published.
Zack publishes research on Burbot movement and entrainment
Zack’s research on Burbot was recently published in Transactions of the American Fisheries Society and highlighted in WMI news bulletin.
Two MS positions available in Walters lab
Two M.S. graduate research assistantships are available in the Walters lab.