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June 2016

Posted by CRI Programs   |   June 28, 2016

Job Opportunity: Stable Isotope Laboratory Technician

Support Staff Employment Opportunity
Stable Isotope Laboratory Technician II
Department of Biology: Canadian Rivers Institute UNB Fredericton

Competition #: #044-16.17 Closing Date: July 8, 2016 4:00PM
Employment Group: P.T.S.U. Salary or Rate: $35,828 - $44,824 Per Annum
Employment Date:(tentative) As soon as possible Hours per Week: Full-Time (36.25 HPW)
Position Length:(tentative) 1…

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Posted by CRI Programs   |   June 24, 2016

CRI welcomes new members to Science Directors and Management boards

I am delighted to let you know that our community has expanded. As of this week, we welcome new members to both our Science Directors and Management boards.

We now have a total of 20 Science Directors from across Canada and the world, representing a tremendous diversity of aquatic expertise and excellence. It is personally very exciting to myself to see young enthusiastic scientists joining…

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Posted by CRI Programs   |   June 22, 2016

Graduate Opportunity in Freshwater Environmental Toxicology, UNBF

Graduate Opportunity in Freshwater Environmental Toxicology
Biology Department, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton

MSc position: Indicators of environmental stress in aquatic insect species.

Motivated M.Sc. student sought for research project studying mechanistic and ecological indicators of environmental stress in aquatic macroinvertebrate species. 

Possible areas of research…

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Posted by CRI Programs   |   June 8, 2016

Federal Government, Canadian Rivers Institute and Canadians team up to assess river health

It’s Canadian Environment Week, an annual celebration of Canadian citizens’ ongoing efforts to help preserve, protect and restore our environment.  The Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI) has helped thousands of Canadians become citizen scientists, working across the country to become stewards of their local rivers and lakes.

This summer and fall alone, more than 150 students, water…

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