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Candidates will be considered across a wide range of expertise including biology, ecology, and chemistry, as well as physical and social sciences. Applications are due to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 30, 2019 and must contain a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, and a list of five references.
For the first time, the Delta Science Program and California Sea Grant are extending fellowship opportunities to students pursuing a master’s degree in addition to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. A request for applications will be published in August 2019.
The Delta Interagency Invasive Species Coordination Team invites you to attend its August 29, 2019 symposium for presentations exploring the remote sensing tools and applications used in today's invasive species management in the Delta, as well as opportunities for the future. Pre-registration is required.
Science in Action
There has been an ongoing conversation about the importance of thinking about the San Francisco Estuary holistically as a connected system, rather than siloing the Bay, Delta, and watersheds. The purpose of the Delta Science Program's upcoming brown bag seminar series, Integrating the Bay and Delta, is to contribute to that conversation about Bay-Delta linkages. Ongoing management efforts focused on water quality issues will be used as a way to explore the challenges and benefits related to thinking of the system as one.
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The review panel will inform the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board in decisions pertaining to Delta Mercury Control Program implementation.
The 2018 Technical Team Annual Reports and associated materials are now available online. Review this year's reports and information about the 2019 science review here.
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