Whitney Gray
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Agency/Organization
FWC/ Florida Sea Grant
Job Title
Sea Level Rise Coordinator
Area(s) of Expertise
wetlands, climate change, coastal ecosystems

Whitney Gray's News and Views

Florida Sea Grant has several open scholarship and fellowship opportunities!

All of the details can be found on this web page in regard to the Guy Harvey Scholarship, the Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, the National Marine Fisheries Service Fellowships (2), and the NOAA Coastal Management Fellowship: https://www.flseagrant.org/students/scholarships/

 

I also recommend that if students want to keep abreast of new opportunities – jobs, internships, scholarships and fellowships – they should…

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Posted on January 8, 2015 at 3:44pm

Position Announcement: Gulf of Mexico Regional Coastal Training Program Coordinator

The Coastal Training Programs at the five Gulf of Mexico National Estuarine Research Reserves (Apalachicola in FL, Rookery Bay in FL, Weeks Bay in AL, Grand Bay in MS, and Mission-Aransas in TX) are searching for a candidate to serve as the Gulf of Mexico Regional Coastal Training Program Coordinator. 

 

The full-time Gulf Regional Coastal Training Program Coordinator will help the five Gulf Coast National Estuarine Research Reserves’ (NERRs) Coastal Training Programs  (CTP)…

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Posted on April 29, 2014 at 8:50am

FWC Hiring Sea Turtle Researcher - Act Quickly!

Working Title: RESEARCH SCIENTIST

Broadband/Class Code: 19-1023-04

Position Number: 77070354-51197823

Annual Salary Range: $58,160.00 annually

Announcement Type: Open Competitive

City: St. Petersburg

Facility: FISH AND WILDLIFE RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Pay Grade/ Pay Band: BB012

Closing Date:…

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Posted on April 16, 2014 at 2:04pm

How flexible are you?

“When we excavate the remains of past civilizations, we very rarely find any evidence that they as a whole society made any attempts to change in the face of a drying climate, a warming atmosphere or other changes”, Ur says. “I view this inflexibility as the real reason for collapse.”

http://climate.nasa.gov/news/1010

Posted on January 8, 2014 at 9:35am

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