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River food webs: Incorporating nature’s invisible fabric into river management

Photograph by Andrea Watts

U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station Science Findings
April 2017

Increasing the population of spring Chinook salmon and summer steelhead in Washington state’s Methow River is a goal of the Upper Columbia Spring Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Recovery Plan. 79 more words


Flow-fish recruitment research

New research is underway as part of the Murray-Darling Environmental Water Knowledge and Research program, which is investigating how flow influences the key environmental conditions and interacts with fish species traits to enable recruitment of riverine fishes. 44 more words

River Research

3 year Phd position - Norwegian Institute for Water Research

Phd opportunities

Euro-FLOW: a European training and research network for environmental FLOW management in river basins. A MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS Innovative Training Network (ITN) funded under H2020-MSCA-ITN-2017… 538 more words

Job Offers

15 PhD positions in river flow regulation

Euro-FLOW, a European training and research network for environmental FLOW management in river basins under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (Innovative Training Network; ITN), is offering 15 PhD positions in different European Countries.  405 more words


Two river fish/food web PhD scholarships available

Two PhD scholarships are available through the School of Environmental Sciences, Charles Sturt University, Albury, Australia to investigate aspects of fish and food webs in Murray-Darling Basin rivers: 307 more words

River Research

Director of Lake Trout Station

The Center for Limnology (CFL), UW-Madison, USA, invites applications for a Director whose responsibility would be to direct Trout Lake Station (TLS). We seek an outstanding scientist with a track record of publication and extramural funding and an internationally-recognized research program in any area of freshwater science, including but not exclusive to limnology, aquatic ecology, fisheries, stream ecology, aquatic biogeochemistry, or global change biology. 47 more words

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Six Community Organizations that Support Learning on the River

Six Community-Based Resources Support Learning on the River

The Westfield and Connecticut River are ecosystems made up of beautiful landscapes and filled with fascinating natural history, home to a great many creatures of all shapes and sizes. 801 more words

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