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>Subject: Job: Fisheries and Wildlife, MI State University
>Date: Tue, 19 Jan 1999 15:24:03 -0500
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>Posted on behalf of Ed Roseman <rosemane@pilot.msu.edu>
>Position Title: Lake Erie Fisheries Research Positions
>Agency/Location: Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State
>University, East Lansing, MI & Oak Harbor, OH.
>Responsibilities: Two fisheries research assistants are being recruited
>to assist with sampling of early life history stages of walleye in
>western Lake Erie. Employment will begin March 29, 1999 and continue
>through July 1999 with possible extension through fall. Salary
>commensurate with experience and qualifications. Housing and
>transportation are provided at the Lake Erie field site.  The goal of
>this research project is to identify and quantify factors influencing
>growth and survival of reef-spawned walleye eggs and larvae in western
>Lake Erie. Work will be performed from the university-owned 8.3 meter
>r/v Osmerid.  The research team will reside and work from a cottage
>located on the shore of western Lake Erie immediately under the
>Davis-Bessie nuclear power facility located north of Route 2 in Oak
>Harbor, OH (between Pt. Clinton and Toledo).  Due to irregular weather
>patterns and the unpredictable biology of the fish, the normal 40-hour
>work week will be disregarded and sampling will be performed as weather
>and time permit.
>Qualifications: The successful applicants will assist with the
>collection of walleye eggs from reefs, zooplankton and limnological
>sampling, larval fish sampling, gillnetting for egg predators, and
>assorted laboratory work to identify and quantify collected samples. 
>The successful applicants will be: familiar with Great Lakes fishes,
>understand fisheries sampling techniques and methods, possess Power
>Squadron or USCG boating safety certification and have experience
>piloting and maintaining powerboats. Successful applicants will be able
>to work unsupervised under less than optimal conditions and be able to
>adapt and persevere while enduring adverse weather and life-threatening
>Closing Date: March 1, 1999.
>Contact: Interested persons should send a letter of application and
>resume detailing boat operation and field sampling experience and
>include names and contact information of at least two (2) references to:
>Edward F. Roseman
>Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
>Michigan State University
>13 Natural Resources Building
>East Lansing, MI 48824
>(517) 353-6697
>(517) 432-1699 (fax)
>internet: rosemane@pilot.msu.edu

Alex J. Sagady & Associates        Email:  ajs@sagady.com
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