Vol. 5 Issue 1
UD Water Resources Agency (WRA) http://www.wr.udel.edu/
In this month’s issue, online at http://ag.udel.edu/dwrc/newsletters/feb06.htm :
I. DWRC News:
Mentors / Projects Needed; Poster Session; Scout Training at Ag Day;
II. Jobs in Water Resources; III. Upcoming water conferences / events;
IV. New water resources information and training
I. DWRC News:
Mentors and Projects Needed: ‘06-‘07 DWRC UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Current project proposals: http://ag.udel.edu/dwrc/jobs/2006-2007/DWRC06 Project Proposals.htm
Brochure and information about the 60 current and past projects funded since 2000, current faculty advisors, application materials, report and poster requirements: http://ag.udel.edu/dwrc/jobs.html
having a 3.0 GPA or better enrolled at any
you would like to mentor a deserving DWRC intern and/or propose a project of up
to 350 hours to be completed by
II. JOBS IN WATER RESOURCES
2006-2007 Delaware Water Resources Center undergraduate internships. See I above.
The Clean Water Network (CWN) seeks a director for a national
coalition of 1000+ organizations working to protect and restore our nation’s
rivers, lakes, coastal waters and wetlands. Candidates must have a minimum of
five years experience, proven coalition-building skills, and demonstrated
leadership ability. Submit a letter of interest, resume, and 1-2 page writing
sample (press release, fact sheet or action alert preferred) to: Christy
Leavitt, Director Job Search, Clean Water Network,
Graduate students in water science and technology: the National Water Research Institute (NWRI) offers $15,000 fellowships for 2006-2007
or contact 714-378-3278). Applicants
must be enrolled fulltime at a
The Institute for Soil and Environmental Quality maintains a web page of undergraduate internships listed as "agricultural, companies, education, government agencies, non-profits, plant science, policy/campaigning, and summer research". 42 internships are currently listed. Visit http://ag.udel.edu/iseq/internships.htm.
Delaware State University offers water-related undergraduate and graduate assistantships and undergraduate scholarships. Contact Dr. Dennis McIntosh, phone (302) 857-6456, fax (302) 857-6402, e-mail email@example.com, or visit http://cars.desu.edu/faculty/mreiter/opportunities.htm.
For news about fellowships through the University of
http://www.ocean.udel.edu/graduate/external.html for external funding opportunities.
III. UPCOMING WATER CONFERENCES / EVENTS
for upcoming meeting news and Feb. 14 meeting minutes of the
Friday, Feb. 17, 2006: 12th annual Delaware Governor’s Conference
IV. NEW WATER RESOURCES INFORMATION and TRAINING
Complete list: http://www.nal.usda.gov/wqic/Bibliographies/dynamic.html showing effects of numerous best management practices on: Erosion and Sedimentation, Nitrogen, Pesticides, Phosphorus, and Fish and Wildlife.
General information: http://www.nal.usda.gov/wqic/Bibliographies/dynamic.html#about
Stream Restoration: http://www.nal.usda.gov/wqic/Bibliographies/dynamic.html#stream
New from USEPA:
1) Handbook for Developing Watershed Plans to Restore and Protect Our Waters from EPA's Office of Water is a guide to watershed planning and management to help various organizations develop and implement watershed plans. Audience is communities, watershed groups, and local, state, tribal, and federal environmental agencies. The 414-page handbook is intended to supplement existing watershed planning guides that have been developed by agencies, universities, and other nonprofit organizations. It’s more specific than other guides about quantifying existing pollutant loads, developing estimates of the load reductions required to meet water-quality standards, developing effective management measures, and tracking progress once the plan is implemented. Find it online: http://www.epa.gov/owow/nps/watershed_handbook or order a free copy from the National Service Center for Environmental Publications by calling 800-490-9198 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning EPA document number EPA 841-B-05-005.
2) Three Management Measures Handbooks: Urban Area, Forestry, and Wetlands and Riparian Areas. http://www.epa.gov/owow/nps/categories.html. These major technical documents discuss control of nonpoint source pollution.
3) New Section 319 Success Stories: http://www.epa.gov/owow/nps/Success319/
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Sierra Club Student Coalition offers Summer Programs (SPROG) for Environmental Leadership Training. Visit http://www.ssc.org.
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