Job and Internship Opportunities in Geomorphology

and Physical Geography, Spring, 2013

Date Posted

Deadline

Contact (Link)

Description of Duties

2/15/2013

Until filled

Johan Liebens, Environmental Studies, University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL (Liebens@uwf.edu)

MS Project - Assess stream bank erosion on the Northern Gulf of Mexico coastal plain for prioritization of stream reaches for restoration activities.

12/26/2012

1/15/2013

Will Ouimet, Department of Geography, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Office Phone: 860-486-3322 (william.ouimet@uconn.edu)

PhD Project - Tectonic Geomorphology in Taiwan. Field work in the Central Range of Taiwan. Laboratory work for cosmogenic nuclide analysis.

12/20/2012

Until filled

Nick Nelson, Inter-Fluve, Inc.,  220 Concord Ave., 2nd Floor, Cambridge, MA 02138
Office Phone: 617-714-5537

(nnelson@interfluve.com)

Assist in the assessment, design, and construction of river restoration projects.

12/1/2012

2/4/2013

Bruce Heise, National Park Service ( http://www.nature.nps.gov/). GeoCorps America position application submitted online here.

Geomorphic mapping and delivery of a GIS for two National Park units along the Georgia coast: Fort Pulaski National Monument (FOPU) and Fort Frederica National Monument (FOFR).

12/1/2012

2/4/2013

Gisella Mora-Bourgeois, Catoctin Mountain Park ( http://www.nps.gov/cato). GeoCorps America position application submitted online here.

Search for, identify, and GPS areas affected by mass wasting in the park. Prepare a final report including GIS maps showing locations of mass wasting and their proximity to trails, buildings, utilities, and cultural resources.

12/1/2012

2/4/2013

Lillian Scoggins, Mammoth Cave National Park ( http://www.nps.gov/cato). GeoCorps America position application submitted online here.

Locate previously unknown caves, check recorded locations to determine if caves are present, and record vital data (GPS locations, hydrology, geologic data, etc.) on entrances to caves. Comb office records for caves that have not been field checked and enter data concerning caves into park databases and GIS.

12/1/2012

2/4/2013

Mark Adams, Cape Cod National Seashore (http://www.nps.gov/caco). GeoCorps America position application submitted online here.

Assist with projects that involve groundwater monitoring, coastal change due to sediment erosion, coastal sediment characterization, sediment loss in coastal marshes, barrier beach dynamics, and sea level changes

12/1/2012

2/4/2013

Jamie Krezelok, Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest (http://www.fs.usda.gov/mbr). GeoCorps America position application submitted online here.

Assist with fluvial geomorphology stream surveys, continue an ongoing spring and wetland survey, and conduct riparian health monitoring. Map springs and wetlands using GPS and topographic maps.

12/1/2012

2/4/2013

Sandra Ryan, Rocky Mountain Research Station (http://www.fs.fed.us/rmrs). GeoCorps America position application submitted online here.

Assist in evaluating longer-term impacts of wildfire on channel sedimentation and form along with the dynamics of downed wood in small streams.