Ecological and Vegetation Monitoring Crew Members (8) – Las Cruces or Carlsbad, NM

Vegetation & Ecological Monitoring with

the Bureau of Land Management

and Southwest Conservation Corps

Position Title: Crew Member (Botany or Soils Emphasis)

Position Type: Full-time, temporary, 23 weeks

Location: Las Cruces, NM or Carlsbad, NM

Living Stipend: $520/week

Benefits: Paid training; camping food allowance; AmeriCorps Education Award of $2,907.50 upon satisfactory completion of term

Hiring Benefits: Public Land Corps hiring authority: eligible to use, for two years upon completion of term, a noncompetitive hiring status for consideration when applying to competitive service positions for a federal agency.

Program Dates: July 16 Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ December 18, 2020

Southwest Conservation CorpsÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s Mission

It is the mission of the Southwest Conservation Corps (SCC) to empower individuals to positively impact their lives, their communities, and the environment. For more information, visit https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sccorps.org%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675282743&sdata=0kEx4dyhOm18GgWhL5LyqoUWZsuh9gNUocpueyC38f8%3D&reserved=0.

Program Overview:

Participants will manage all aspects of vegetation monitoring using the Bureau of Land ManagementÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s (BLM) Assessment, Inventory, & Monitoring (AIM) methodology. More information on the BLMÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s AIM strategy can be found on the AIM website: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Faim.landscapetoolbox.org%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675292738&sdata=uG6Yum5hoI8Gi%2Fy%2FbTKy3X18cEjIMjPfIM7t1%2FoG%2Bp8%3D&reserved=0. Crews will consist of three or four individuals: two or three crew members and one crew lead. Together, they will monitor land health on BLM lands.

Within all plots, vegetation will be identified to species, line-point intercept will be used to gather species cover and composition data, soil stability will be measured, and soil pit descriptions will be completed. All data will be georeferenced using a GPS unit and stored in an ArcGIS geodatabase. Data are entered into a database on site with ruggedized tablets for later use by land management specialists. The crew may also have the opportunity to assist with other public land management projects involving wildlife, range, and forestry, if time allows.

Work will be completed in remote areas on BLM lands. Crews will be required to drive to several different areas of the Field or District Office throughout a four- to eight-day work week (Ãf¢ÒÂEURÃ’ÂoehitchÃf¢ÒÂEURҝ), camp overnight, hike several miles a day, and return to the office for equipment and data management.

Botany Crew MemberÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s Responsibilities

Provides botanical expertise to the Crew Lead and Soils Crew Member while on plot, as well as to the project as a whole; completes the species inventory the majority of the time. Maintains and tracks botanical specimens of known and unknown species throughout the field season and keep records updated as needed. Continues to learn the local flora from the crew lead and local resources and builds botanical knowledge. Botany Crew Member should be passionate about the botanical world and have a willingness to share that knowledge with the Crew Lead and fellow Soils Crew Member. Botany Crew Member is expected to learn and assist with all of the Soils Crew MemberÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s responsibilities.

Soils Crew MemberÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s Responsibilities

Provides expertise on soils and soils-forming mechanisms that occur on and near plot to help characterize the site. Soils Crew Member will either perform or verify every soil pit characterization completed on plot, namely, soil horizons and textures. Works closely with Crew Lead to discuss and come to consensus on which ecological site or soil series the plot falls on. May maintain specimens and records of unique soils throughout the field office to develop and maintain a unique soil library for the field office. Provides guidance on soil texturing techniques to Crew Lead and fellow Botany Crew Member. Soils Crew Member is expected to learn and assist with all of the Botany Crew MemberÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s responsibilities.

Minimal Qualifications:

– College coursework (2 years, at minimum) in ecology, botany, plant ecology, plant biology, plant systematics, soils science, geology, horticulture, natural resource management, environmental science, or a related field;

o OR previous college- or professional-level experience in the above fields, plus familiarity with data collection and sound science principles

– Eligible to accept a 900-hour service term with Americorps

o Aged between 21 and 30 (civilian) or 35 (veteran) years upon hire

o With U.S. Citizenship or Lawful Permanent Residence and associated identification, including an image of a signed social security card AND another acceptable primary form of documentation – Ability to produce identification as stipulated by I-9 upon hire

– Valid US driver’s license and insurable driving record

– Ability to pass Conservation LegacyÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s and the Department of InteriorÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s background checks – Experience working as part of a small team and able to work well with others

o Excellent communication, organizational, and planning skills.

– Experience with and knowledge of Microsoft Suite Software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) or other data-collection software

– Self-motivated and able to work independently with limited supervision after the initial training period. The applicant must be able to maneuver and operate in a mixture of office and field work.

– Physically capable of standing and walking (at a minimum 6 miles/day on rough, uneven terrain), bending, crouching and stooping for long periods of time, and lifting/carrying items that weigh up to 40 pounds, in upwards of 100 degree (F) heat while maintaining a professional demeanor.

– Experience and willingness to spending multiple days (1-6 days at a time) car-camping in remote areas; familiarity or willingness to learn and adhere to best practices for field safety and Leave No Trace principles.

– Willingness to spend several hours per day and/or per week riding in, navigating, and driving a company truck on- and off-highway.

– Ability to work in and respond to adverse weather conditions including extreme heat, monsoonal rains, and hazardous wildlife (i.e. rattlesnakes, scorpions, biting/stinging insects, horses)

– Current or ability to obtain CPR, Wilderness First Aid, and Defensive Driver Training certificates

Preferred Qualifications (Botany Emphasis):

– College graduate (BachelorÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s, MasterÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s) with degree in ecology, botany, plant ecology, plant biology, plant systematics, horticulture, natural resource management, environmental science, or a related field.

– At least 1 to 2 years of experience using taxonomic keys to identify plants to species in the field, from photos, and from pressed specimens.

Ãf’Ò· Familiarity with Colorado/New Mexico flora in general and AckerfieldÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s Flora of Colorado/Flora Neomexicana III is preferred.

Ãf’Ò· Experience with floras from adjacent states to Colorado or New Mexico

Ãf’Ò· Experience working in regions with high floristic diversity

– Experience or interest in large scale, spatially-balanced monitoring designs

– Experience with handheld GPS units and External GNSS GPS antennae and basic troubleshooting

– Experience with ArcGIS Online interface

Ãf’Ò· Knowledge of downloading, using, and syncing ArcGIS Online Maps

– Experience safely operating 4WD trucks on paved and unpaved roads, often in remote areas on unimproved roads and driving for extended periods (2-3 hours at a time).

– Experience working or recreating in rangeland

Preferred Qualifications (Soils Emphasis): – Experience or education using taxonomic soil keys or equivalent mechanism to identify ecological sites

Ãf’Ò· Familiarity with New Mexico soils

Ãf’Ò· Experience hand texturing various types of soils

Ãf’Ò· Experience digging quality soil pits to characterize and document all horizons

Ãf’Ò· Experience using soil series descriptions, web soil survey, or equivalent soil datasets

– Experience or interest in large scale, spatially-balanced monitoring designs, and how extensive sampling can augment the precision of soil maps

– Experience with handheld GPS units and External GNSS GPS antennae and basic troubleshooting

– Experience with ArcGIS Online interface

Ãf’Ò· Knowledge of downloading, using, and syncing ArcGIS Online Maps

– Experience safely operating 4WD trucks on paved and unpaved roads, often in remote areas on unimproved roads, and driving for extended periods (2-3 hours at a time).

– Experience working or recreating in rangeland

Public Land Corps:

The Public Land Corps program provides the opportunity for young people between the ages of 16 and 30 years to work on conservation projects on public lands. Participants must successfully complete 640 hours that include at least 120 hours on federal lands through the PLC. PLC members are not federal government employees, but those who successfully complete the PLC requirements are then eligible to use, for two years, a noncompetitive hiring status for consideration when applying to competitive service positions. https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.blm.gov%2Fcareers%2Fstudents-and-grads%2Fpublic-lands-corps&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675292738&sdata=MqoHJle8QyfQtEhwfRo%2FL%2BlIkPtma0qiKoE8DEN0y5I%3D&reserved=0

To apply, go to page: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fsccorps.org%2Fsmall-teams&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675292738&sdata=ZaEb4uS%2FQlQOjweY7D0j%2FPES4d3Ale1eR1ZyVTWs4cM%3D&reserved=0

Scroll and follow the link for this position to the electronic application.

Application requires a cover letter, resume/CV, and screening questions.

SCC offers several Ecological Monitoring crew positions across Colorado and New Mexico. PLEASE SPECIFICALLY MENTION AND RANK LOCATIONS ON INTEREST. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, so please apply promptly.

Feel free to reach out to Ecological Monitoring Coordinator Cassandra Owen at cowen@conservationlegacy.org with questions.

Direct link to application: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fsccorps-openhire.silkroad.com%2Fepostings%2Findex.cfm%3Ffuseaction%3Dapp.jobinfo%26jobid%3D2080%26source%3DONLINE%26JobOwner%3D992385%26company_id%3D16984%26version%3D1%26byBusinessUnit%3D%26bycountry%3D%26bystate%3D%26byRegion%3D%26bylocation%3D%26keywords%3D%26byCat%3D%26proximityCountry%3D%26postalCode%3D%26radiusDistance%3D%26isKilometers%3D%26tosearch%3Dno%26city%3D&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675292738&sdata=zQNeyDa2UYUp7IV38UPz2PdlKUEHXNfZz5iaWTotKIs%3D&reserved=0

Ecological and Vegetation Monitoring Crew Leaders (4) – Las Cruces or Carlsbad, NM

 Ecological & Vegetation Monitoring with

the Bureau of Land Management

and Southwest Conservation Corps

Position Title: Crew Leader

Position Type: Full-time, temporary, 52 or 33 weeks

Number of Positions: 4

Location: Las Cruces, NM (52 or 33 weeks)

Carlsbad, NM (52 weeks)

Salary: $685/week

Benefits: Paid training; camping food allowance; health benefits package

Hiring Benefits: Public Land Corps hiring authority: eligible to use, for two years upon completion of term, a noncompetitive hiring status for consideration when applying to competitive service positions for a federal agency.

Program Dates: Las Cruces: July 6, 2020 Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ July 2, 2021 (52 weeks)

or July 6, 2020 Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ Feb 19, 2021 (33 weeks)

Carlsbad: Approx. June 22, 2020 Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ approx. June 18, 2021 (52 weeks)

Southwest Conservation CorpsÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s Mission

It is the mission of the Southwest Conservation Corps (SCC) to empower individuals to positively impact their lives, their communities, and the environment. For more information, visit https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sccorps.org%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675292738&sdata=oC0%2BPlq6jU%2BgdIgIUG7YyT1eTLyx2KJMdMesKGkV%2F6E%3D&reserved=0.

Program Overview:

Crews will manage all aspects of vegetation monitoring using the Bureau of Land ManagementÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s (BLM) Assessment, Inventory, & Monitoring (AIM) methodology. More information on the BLMÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s AIM strategy can be found on the AIM website: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Faim.landscapetoolbox.org%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675292738&sdata=uG6Yum5hoI8Gi%2Fy%2FbTKy3X18cEjIMjPfIM7t1%2FoG%2Bp8%3D&reserved=0. Crews will consist of three individuals, two crew members and one crew lead. Together, they will monitor land health on BLM lands including National Monument lands, vegetation treatments, rangeland allotments, or reference areas using AIM methodology.

Within all plots, vegetation will be identified to species, line-point intercept will be used to gather species cover and composition data, soil stability will be measured, and soil pit descriptions will be completed. All data will be georeferenced using a GPS unit and stored in an ArcGIS geodatabase. Data are entered into a database on site with ruggedized tablets and are further analyzed and synthesized into various reports for future land management planning. The crew may also have the opportunity to assist with other public land management projects involving wildlife, range, and forestry.

Fieldwork is often in remote areas. Crews are often required to drive to several different areas of the Field or District Office throughout a four- to eight-day work week (Ãf¢ÒÂEURÃ’ÂoehitchÃf¢ÒÂEURҝ), camp overnight, share camp meals and chores, hike several miles per day, and return to the office for equipment and data management.

Crew LeadÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s Responsibilities

Supports and manages the field crewÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s safety, wellbeing, and development. Consistently exercises discretion and judgment. Coordinates field logistics, scheduling, crew tasks, and management of the crewÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s equipment. Provides/asks for feedback to/from crew members regarding performance.

Is the primary contact between the crew and the SCC supervisor/BLM staff. Completes necessary administrative paperwork. Before, during, and after field data collection, the lead is responsible for the organization and quality control of all AIM data collected in both DIMA and ArcGIS.

The crew lead will analyze, interpret, or make deductions for varying data, and will be required report data to various BLM offices and stakeholders. Written reports will be completed and involve the presentation of scientific data and pre/post treatment analysis.

The crew lead should be passionate about sound science principles, be an advocate for the AIM program in the field office, and have a willingness to learn about how AIM data could be used in range, forestry, fire and wildlife programs within the BLM. The crew lead should be passionate about facilitating the crew membersÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm) experience similarly.

Minimal Qualifications:

– College Graduate (BachelorÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s, at minimum) with degree in ecology, botany, range science, soil science, wildlife biology, natural resource management, conservation biology, or a related field.

Ãf’Ò· OR previous experience performing AIM methodology

– Aged at least 21 years upon hire – Ability to produce identification as stipulated by I-9 upon hire

– Valid US driver’s license and insurable driving record

– Ability to pass Conservation LegacyÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s and the Department of InteriorÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s background checks

– Experience with and knowledge of Microsoft Suite Software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) or other data-collection software

– Self-motivated and able to work independently with limited supervision after the initial training period. The applicant must be able to maneuver and operate in a mixture of office and fieldwork.

– Willing to empower crew members to improve in performing their responsibilities.

– Physically capable of standing and walking (at a minimum 6 miles/day on rough, uneven terrain), bending, crouching and stooping for long periods of time, and lifting/carrying items that weigh up to 40 pounds, in upwards of 100 degree (F) heat while maintaining a cheery to neutral attitude.

– Experience and willingness to spending multiple days (1-6 days at a time) car-camping in remote areas; familiarity with and willingness to adhere to best practices for field safety and Leave No Trace principles

– Willingness to spend several hours per day and/or per week riding in, navigating, and driving a work vehicle on- and off-highway.

– Experience safely operating 4WD trucks on paved and unpaved roads, often in remote areas on unimproved roads. Willingness to constantly teach and demonstrate best driving practices.

– Ability to work in and respond to adverse weather conditions including extreme heat, monsoonal rains, and hazardous wildlife (i.e. rattlesnakes, scorpions)

– Current or ability to obtain CPR, First Aid and Defensive Driver Training Certificates

– At least 1 to 2 years of experience identifying and/or using taxonomic keys to identify plants to species in the field, from photos, and from pressed specimens.

Preferred Qualifications:

– At least 6 monthsÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm) experience in vegetation monitoring and leading a crew of 2 or more people

– Applicants with previous AIM or Interpreting Indicators of Rangeland Health experience are highly preferred.

– Experience working as part of a team and be able to work well with others

– Have excellent communication, organizational, and planning skills

– Familiarity with Colorado flora and its associated taxonomic keys is preferred.

– Experience with hand texturing, characterizing soil pits, and identifying soil series or ecological sites based on observational and quantitative data

– Experience with handheld GPS units and External GNSS GPS antennae and basic troubleshooting

– Experience with ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcGIS Online interface

– Knowledge of creating maps, performing basic analysis, and organizing data

– Knowledge of downloading, using, and syncing ArcGIS Online Maps

– Field Safety and Risk Management Training

Public Land Corps:

The Public Land Corps (PLC) program provides the opportunity for young people between the ages of 16 and 30 (civilian) or 35 (veteran) years to work on conservation projects on public lands. Participants must successfully complete 640 hours that include at least 120 hours on federal lands through the PLC. PLC members are not federal government employees, but those who successfully complete the PLC requirements are then eligible to use, for two years, a noncompetitive hiring status for consideration when applying to competitive service positions. https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.blm.gov%2Fcareers%2Fstudents-and-grads%2Fpublic-lands-corps&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675292738&sdata=MqoHJle8QyfQtEhwfRo%2FL%2BlIkPtma0qiKoE8DEN0y5I%3D&reserved=0

To apply, go to page: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fsccorps.org%2Fsmall-teams&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675302734&sdata=I3u43J9JKep4kazjoMlhSQ1FWRuFjW8%2B980frpmqAlg%3D&reserved=0

And follow the link for this position to the electronic application.

OR, go directly to the application: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fsccorps-openhire.silkroad.com%2Fepostings%2Findex.cfm%3Ffuseaction%3Dapp.jobinfo%26jobid%3D2076%26source%3DONLINE%26JobOwner%3D992385%26company_id%3D16984%26version%3D1%26byBusinessUnit%3D%26bycountry%3D%26bystate%3D%26byRegion%3D%26bylocation%3D%26keywords%3D%26byCat%3D%26proximityCountry%3D%26postalCode%3D%26radiusDistance%3D%26isKilometers%3D%26tosearch%3Dno%26city%3D&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C1c98b425f8714e78ad8c08d7d6e63cbd%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637214156675302734&sdata=2tt2ytcxaRqtf%2B9OSWSnjuRyjyux%2Fxt8hdGBebeYN%2Fs%3D&reserved=0

The application requires a cover letter, resume/CV, and screening questions.

SCC offers several Ecological Monitoring crew positions across Colorado and New Mexico. Please state or rank your interest in location. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Feel free to reach out to Ecological Monitoring Coordinator Cassandra Owen at cowen@conservationlegacy.org with questions.

Job Announcement — Assistant Editor for Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

The Ecological Society of America is seeking a full-time Assistant Editor to help produce Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, a high-ranking monthly journal focusing on ecological and environmental science. Duties include copyediting and proofreading scientific manuscripts, managing the online peer-review system, writing copy and occasional short news stories, conducting cover photo searches, designing covers and in-house advertisements, and running the Frontiers Twitter account. A MasterÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s or BachelorÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s degree in a relevant life science (ecology, environmental science, or conservation biology preferred) is a must, as is 2Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ3 yearsÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm) editorial experience. Design and image editing experience (using Photoshop and InDesign, or similar) a major advantage. Competitive salary (commensurate with experience) and benefits (including 100% employer-paid health insurance; paid vacation and sick leave; 10% employer contribution to retirement plan after first 6 months). Possibility of either working in-house at DC headquarters or remote teleworking, for the right candidate (US-based applicants only).

Title:          Assistant Editor Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Salary range:   $45,000Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ$55,000

Classification: Exempt

Description of duties:

Assists the Editor in Chief and Executive Editor in preparing and publishing 10 issues/year of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Administration of peer-review system:

o       Administers the ScholarOne online manuscript submission system (including allocating submissions to Editorial Board members, requesting reviewers, chasing overdue reviews and recommendations)

o       Responds to author queries regarding the status of their manuscript, assists users with navigating the system, etc

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Journal production:

o       Downloads accepted papers, ensuring that manuscripts are complete

o       Copyedits peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed manuscripts

o       Prepares photos and figures for transmittal to publisher

o       Proofreads PDF proofs of articles and adds author and editorial corrections

o       Conducts image searches and designs covers, in-house ads, as well as other materials

o       Coordinates with the rest of the Frontiers team regarding all sections of the journal

o       Writes news stories and other short texts as required

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Other duties:

o       Runs the Frontiers Twitter account

o       Assists with preparations for and activities at the ESA Annual Meeting

o       Performs additional duties as required

Qualifications and experience:

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    A BachelorÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s or MasterÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s degree in a relevant life science subject (ecology, environmental science, or conservation preferred)

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Excellent editing skills (at least 2Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ3 yearsÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm) experience)

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Outstanding oral and written communication skills

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    An ability to correct author graphics and improve photos (eg cropping, color balance, brightness), along with a flair for designing covers, in-house ads, etc

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Able to handle and prioritize multiple tasks, often under deadline

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Detail-oriented and focused

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive), Photoshop, InDesign, etc

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Experience with Twitter and WordPress

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Ability to work as part of a small, close-knit, remote team

HOW TO APPLY

Email cover letter, CV, and contact information for three references to Dr. Sue Silver, at suesilver@esa.org Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ put Ãf¢ÒÂEURÃ’ÂoeAssistant Editor SearchÃf¢ÒÂEURҝ in the subject line.

Deadline for applications: Thursday, April 9, 2020

Fall Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program at Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS)

2020 Fall Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program at Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS)

FULLY FUNDED MARINE SCIENCE, OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ATMOSPHERIC UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS

The Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS) has received funding from the National Science Foundation, (NSF Award number OCE-1757475), for the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program (https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bios.edu%2Feducation%2Freu%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C7be3538d232444bece7708d7d553f834%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637212428939470900&sdata=6k4plX3ZCcRKut7HxqIxhD7LW%2FqfImbVXtPmgWHOeg0%3D&reserved=0) to support eight internships for undergraduate student research at BIOS during fall 2020 (students will arrive August 30 and depart November 21).

A 12-week REU internship at BIOS is an ideal way to gain the practical experience necessary to embark on graduate studies or careers in oceanography and the marine and atmospheric sciences. REU interns will carry out an independent research project under the expert supervision of BIOS scientists and undertake training in scientific communication, research methods and ethics, and career development. You will give presentations about your research to your peers and colleagues at BIOS. Our program offers the opportunity to take part in various field excursions to learn about BermudaÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s natural history, flora and fauna plus all students will have the opportunity to participate in an oceanographic research cruise aboard our research vessel R/V Atlantic Explorer.

Funding includes return air travel from the US to Bermuda, accommodation and meals. Each successful REU applicant will also receive a competitive stipend.

This program provides recipients with the opportunity to design and conduct intensive, hands-on research projects – under faculty supervision and mentorship, within several research areas including:

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢        Biology, chemistry, and physics of the open ocean

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢        Biology, physiology, and biochemistry of reef building corals and reef ecosystems

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢        Molecular biology of marine organisms

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢        Environmental chemistry of Bermuda’s atmosphere and inshore waters

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢        Effects and consequences of global environmental change

Further information on the REU program at BIOS can be found here https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bios.edu%2Feducation%2Freu%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C7be3538d232444bece7708d7d553f834%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637212428939470900&sdata=6k4plX3ZCcRKut7HxqIxhD7LW%2FqfImbVXtPmgWHOeg0%3D&reserved=0 including eligibility, application instructions, online application form, past student testimonials and details of the potential projects that students may apply to work on in 2020.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

Completed at least one year of undergraduate study

Will still be enrolled as an undergraduate in the fall of 2020

U.S. citizen or permanent resident

The application deadline is May 31, 2020

We urge all successful applicants to arrange for independent study credit through their home institutions.

Underrepresented groups, and students attending colleges or universities where research opportunities in STEM are limited, are especially encouraged to apply.

Applicants are ineligible if they have participated in a prior NSF-funded REU in Ocean Sciences

Questions? Please contact us at education@bios.edu

Field Assistants Samsonvale Bird Project, Queensland, Australia

Project Title: Brood ParasiteâÂEUR”Host Interactions between Australian Cuckoos

and their Hosts

Location: near Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Duration: Approx. 5 months (late July 2020 âÂEUR” mid December 2020); subject to

change depending on COVID-19 restrictions, see below.

Job Type: Volunteer

Number of Openings: 5-6

Description:

*COVID-19 could have implications for the running of our field season. We

are planning to proceed as usual but will adapt to changes where needed. If

you are interested in the position but have any queries or concerns

regarding how COVID-19 could affect the field season, please drop us an

email.*

Field assistants required from late July to mid December 2020 for

behavioural / evolutionary ecology research in Queensland, Australia.

We are seeking volunteers to join us for our sixth season on a long-term

project investigating brood parasiteâÂEUR”host interactions between cuckoos and

their passerine hosts at a field site on the shores of Lake Samsonvale just

outside Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. This year we will continue to

collect long-term monitoring data on several species of host (Red-backed,

Variegated and Superb Fairywrens) and cuckoos (principally HorsfieldâÂEURÂ(tm)s

Bronze and Brush Cuckoos), run behavioural experiments, colour-band

individuals and collect genetic samples.

This collaborative study is led by James Kennerley

, a PhD student at the

University of Cambridge, Dr William Feeney  at

Griffith University and Prof Mike Webster

at Cornell

University/Cornell Lab of Ornithology).

The primary responsibility of these positions are to search for and monitor

nests of Red-backed, Variegated and Superb Fairywrens. Additional

responsibilities include conducting behavioural observations, territory

mapping, habitat surveys as well as data entry. There will also be ample

opportunity to participate in mist-netting and the colour-banding of birds,

as well as collection of blood samples. Furthermore, we encourage

volunteers to become involved in the research wherever possible; see Feeney

et al. (2018)

, Kennerley et al (2019)

, Poje et al. (2019)

, Richardson et al. (2019)

,

for examples of studies which were led by and/or heavily involved previous

volunteers on the project.

A typical day in the field will begin at dawn and continue into the early

afternoon. This is followed by data entry in the afternoon and an

opportunity to relax (or explore!).

By the middle of the season, temperatures average in the mid-30âÂEURÂ(tm)s Celsius

(mid-90âÂEURÂ(tm)s Fahrenheit) and can exceed 40Ò°C (104Ò°F) under an intense sun.

Venomous snakes and ticks are also in abundance. Thus, suitable applicants

will enjoy long, often hot and challenging days hiking across rugged

terrain and crawling through dense vegetation closely following and

observing birds, whilst keeping neat and organised field notes.

The site boasts a fantastic range of birds (eBird lists the field site in

the top ten for bird diversity in Australia,

https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Febird.org%2Faustralia%2Fhotspot%2FL692632&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C7be3538d232444bece7708d7d553f834%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637212428939440918&sdata=tIqrzTmhIIHM77ATKSy5Y%2B2zRaQDgAdRP9BU8MnFtE8%3D&reserved=0) amazing herpetofauna, and

iconic species such as Koala and Short-beaked Echidna. Furthermore, the

site is in close proximity to rainforests, beaches and the city of

Brisbane, all of which can be explored on rest days âÂEUR” typically one day per

week, but sometimes we venture farther afield and camp for a couple of

nights (see the Instagram for photos of what we get up

to, @samsonvalebirdproject). We also work closely with the local banding

group so there are opportunities to join in with their activities as well.

Accommodation is provided in a large house and the cost of food and

transportation are paid for by the project, but we are not able to cover

flights to and from Brisbane. These positions are an excellent opportunity

for students or recent graduates to gain valuable experience in the field

and be a part of some cool cutting-edge research. ItâÂEURÂ(tm)s also a great chance

to mix with like-minded scientists and ornithologists from several

nationalities, and to develop the skills needed to take your career to the

next level. Past seasons have been great fun, and we hope this one will be

the same!

Applicants will be interviewed and places offered as applications are

received. Unsuccessful applicants will be notified after positions are

filled.

Qualifications:  It is essential that applicants have a strong interest in

birds and/or biology, are self-motivated, are meticulous at keeping

detailed and legible notes and are comfortable living closely and

cooperatively with others, with a positive attitude, flexibility and a good

sense of humour.

Applicants with previous experience nest searching are highly desired, and

experience birding, conducting bird surveys or banding are a plus.

To apply, please send a covering letter detailing your interests and any

previous experience as well as dates of availability, CV, and contact

details for two referees to James Kennerley and William Feeney (email:

samsonvalebirdproject@gmail.com). Applicants are also encouraged to include

a link to their eBird profile and/or examples of field notes in their

application.

Please feel free to enquire with any questions pertinent to the application

process or regarding the project in general.

Employment Opportunity: Conservation and Restoration Crew Leader Positions in Northern Nevada

POSITION TITLE: Conservation and Restoration Crew Leader

STATUS: Full Time, Non-Exempt

REPORTS TO: Conservation and Restoration Field Manager

POSITIONS REPORTING TO THIS POSITION: 5-6 AmeriCorps Members

LOCATION: Yerington, NV (exact reporting location TBD based on area of focus)

BACKGROUND: Established in 2014, the Walker Basin Conservancy (WBC) is leading the effort to restore and maintain Walker Lake while protecting agricultural, environmental and recreational interests in the Walker Basin (https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=www.walkerbasin.org&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C543181527b8348a0ea6108d7cfd4003a%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637206381815245176&sdata=l%2BPwFHAkTlpvI2j7RROAQ6uQ48nVIQGPhW4q676SEZ0%3D&reserved=0). The nascent and dynamic nature of the WBC and its diverse management obligations provide unique opportunities to develop operations from the ground level up, working closely with staff who are passionate about their mission.

The WBC currently manages thousands of acres of land and assets on multiple properties in the Walker Basin.  Land planning activities are underway and focus on assessing public use opportunities, conservation values, long term land ownership and stewardship, active and passive revegetation and restoration activities.

JOB PURPOSE: The primary purpose of a Conservation and Restoration Crew Leader is to support field operations of the Walker Basin Conservancy’s (WBC) to ensure the successful transition of retired farmlands to self-sustaining vegetation communities that are able to thrive in the absence of supplemental irrigation. The Crew Leader will work with the Field Manager, Land Manger and other staff to implement and monitor stewardship projects and is expected to spend a significant amount of time in the field. The Crew Leader will oversee the operation of five or more AmeriCorps members on their team, including being responsible for safety, project performance, and some weekly administration paperwork.

A knowledge of desert plant ecology and ecological restoration, nursery or horticultural practices, or agricultural systems, irrigation equipment, and large equipment operation is essential. The Conservation Crew Leader should also have a sincere interest in sharing their knowledge of Great Basin desert ecology, restoration practices, the flora and fauna of Nevada, and agricultural applications as they relate to conservation success. The Crew Leader position requires mentorship, patience, technical aptitude, focus on efficiency, and a high level of comfort in the outdoors. Crew Leaders are ultimately responsible for successes and short-comings of the crew.

Essential Functions

*             In cooperation with the Field Manager and Land Manger, implement the day to day operations of conservation lands managed by WBC and track progress of assigned field projects.

*             Assist with all aspects of successful stewardship implementation. Duties may include ground preparation, seeding, planting, irrigation, weed control, or other tasks as necessary.

*             Manage, supervise, and lead the day-to-day details of project work with the assigned crew.

*             Implement skills training on work-site and facilitate intentional discussions via informal lessons to contribute to the crew’s personal growth and group dynamics.

*             Install and manage drip, handline, trench, and wheel line irrigation systems.

*             Oversee and manage AmeriCorps members who are planting shrubs, grasses and forbs from containerized stock and seed as part of the WBC’s re-vegetation program on retired farmlands.

*             Ability to identify the native and non-native flora of Nevada.

*             Collect and compile field data with program data forms, GPS, cameras and other equipment. Ensure that accurate records of planting and seeding activity, herbicide applications, and irrigation activity are kept and delivered to the appropriate parties.

*             Ensure that crew members complete administrative tasks such as timesheets efficiently and accurately.

*             Develop a deep working knowledge off all equipment, irrigation infrastructure, project partners, and vegetation management techniques used by the Program.

*             Responsible for crew operational safety, maintaining and transporting a variety of small to heavy equipment (hand tools, power tools, tractors, mowers, trimmers, chainsaws, backhoe, water truck, and road grader).

*             Some administrative responsibilities including weekly reports, member timesheet submission, and AmeriCorps performance measure reporting.

*             Other duties as assigned mutually agreeable between Walker Basin Conservancy and the employee.

Qualifications

*             3+ years of experience in a natural resources, agricultural, or landscaping setting with demonstrated leadership experience;

*             General experience with and knowledge of irrigation equipment and operations;

*             Ability to safely operate large machinery and vehicles including tractors, ATVs, trucks, and trailers;

*             Ability to safely operate chainsaws, brush cutters, backpack sprayers, and other equipment;

*             Ability to keep detailed records, communicate with other staff and supervisors, and to work unsupervised to accomplish program tasks;

*             Clean driving record and a NV State driver’s license, or ability to obtain within 1 month of hire;

*             Ability to lift 50+ pounds and to work long hours in an outdoor setting;

*             Strong oral and written communication, conflict resolution, and project management skills; and

*             Ability to complete Leadership Training within 3 months of hire.

Physical and Mental Requirements

Strength, dexterity, coordination, and vision to use tools and equipment for prolonged periods.  Strength and stamina to bend, stoop, sit, and stand for long periods of time.  Strength and dexterity to operate small, medium, and heavy equipment.  Strength and stamina to endure standing and working for long periods of time and in extreme weather conditions.  Dexterity and vision to observe oncoming traffic hazards and react quickly to emergency situations.  Some heavy lifting (over 75 pounds) is occasionally required.

In compliance with applicable disability laws, reasonable accommodations may be provided to qualified individuals with a disability who require and request such accommodations.  Applicants and incumbents are encouraged to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

Working Conditions

Technicians work in an outdoor setting with varying weather conditions, including, but not limited to: extreme heat, dry conditions, rain, snow or hail, and extreme cold.  Work sites will generally be in areas with at least primitive road access for crew vehicles. Work sites will generally not have access to potable water, restroom facilities, or cellphone signals, and Technicians will be expected to follow Leave No Trace principals on work sites without facilities. Work will frequently require hiking over rough terrain while carrying tools and equipment.

Position may occasionally be required to operate heavy machinery in hazardous environments. Environment is generally dirty, with prolonged exposure to conditions such as dust, fumes, noise, or odors. Frequent interruptions to planned work activities occur.

Salary & Benefits:

Pay range of $16-$22 per hour depending on experience. Benefits include a paid health, dental and vision care plan and generous paid leave and retirement plans.

Excellent employee benefits package which includes:

*             Employer paid health, dental, vision and life insurance plans for employee Retirement 403(b) plan includes a 6% automatic company contribution;

*             120 hours of annual paid vacation, increasing to 160 hours after first year of employment;

*             16 hours of annual personal leave;

*             Company paid holiday week between Christmas and New Year’s;

*             60 hours of annual sick leave;

*             11 paid holidays;

*             Health and wellness subsidy; and

*             Employer paid professional development.

Position will remain open until filled. Only top candidates will be contacted.

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Amy Gladding

amy.gladding@walkerbasin.org

Subject Line: Conservation Crew Leader

Please call (775) 463-9887 ext. 116 with questions.

Walker Basin Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer.

Equal Opportunity Statement – Walker Basin Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer. WBC does not discriminate against any employee, applicant, director, officer, contractor, or any other person with whom it deals because of race, creed, color, disability, age, sex, veteran status, religion or political affiliation. WBC complies with all federal and local statutes prohibiting discrimination in employment.

Reasonable accommodations may be provided for qualified individuals with a disability.

Disclaimer – The statements contained herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work to be performed by the employees in these positions. The statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in each position. Other responsibilities, duties, and skills may be assigned and management retains the right to add or change the responsibilities, duties, and skills at any time.

Seasonal Job Posting – Avian Field Technician for Summer/Fall 2020

*Job Title:* Avian Field Technician

*Agency: *West Virginia University

*Location: *Allegheny National Forest, Irvine, Pennsylvania

*Job Category:* Temporary/Seasonal position

*Dates:* Flexible, but expected to start July 15th and end by October 31st.

*Salary:* $1600/month; field housing and work vehicle provided.

*Project Description*: Seeking a highly motivated field technician to

assist with mist netting, insect trapping, fruit surveys, and vegetation

surveys approximately July 15th to October 31st. The technician will

participate in a project assessing the impacts of spotted wing

drosophila (*Drosophila

suzukii* Matsumura, SWD), a nonnative invasive insect pest of fruiting

plants, on forest bird communities. SWD causes extensive damage to vital

fruit resources, which could have dramatic consequences for fruit-consuming

wildlife, especially frugivorous birds.

Field work will be conducted at Allegheny National Forest (ANF) in

northwestern Pennsylvania. Daily work will consist of early mornings and

require extensive walking on hot summer days with little cover through

dense, difficult-to-traverse vegetation. The ideal applicant will need to

be physically fit, able to work long days, flexible with day-to-day tasks,

and comfortable working both with others and independently. While the

applicant will work closely with the grad student leading the project, they

will need to run nets, extract birds, and band birds *without supervision*.

The ideal applicant will also bring a positive attitude, a hard work ethic,

and enthusiasm for avian ecology research. In addition to early and long

days, the applicant can expect to work an irregular work week, 5 days per

week (including at least some weekends), with days off for inclement

weather. Housing and field vehicle will be on-site and provided through the

project, though cell service and internet might be limited.

*Primary Duties:*

Ò·      Set up mist-nets, conduct net runs, and extract birds safely and

quickly

Ò·      Band, age, and sex birds, and collect multiple morphological

measurements

Ò·      Conduct fruiting plant surveys following mist-netting

Ò·      Prepare, erect, and collect fruit fly traps

Ò·      Conduct vegetation surveys simultaneous with fruit surveys

*Additional Duties: *

Ò·      Data entry and data proofing

Ò·      Process fruit samples for parasitism by SWD

Ò·      Sort adult fly samples from fly traps

*Qualifications:*

Ò·      Previous experience mist netting, banding, and ageing/sexing birds

Ò·      Ability to identify eastern U.S. bird species (especially during

migration)

Ò·      Possess a Bachelor of Science degree in wildlife science, ecology,

natural resources, or a similar field

Ò·      Comfortable working in a remote outdoor setting

Ò·      Valid driverâÂEURÂ(tm)s license with a clean driving record

Ò·      Northeastern fruiting plant species ID skills and experience with

taking bird measurements are also highly desirable.

To apply, please email 1) a cover letter outlining relevant work

experiences with mist netting passerines in forest ecosystems, 2)

resume/CV, and 3) contact information for 3 references to Dan Roche at

dpr0008@mix.wvu.edu. Applications will be reviewed as received. Deadline

for application is April 30, 2020.

*Contact Person:* Dan Roche

*Contact Email:* dpr0008@mix.wvu.edu

Job Posting – Research Fellowship in Ecology, South Carolina

Ecology Research Fellowship Ãf¢ÒÂEURҔ South Carolina

Agency: Palmetto Bluff Conservancy

Location: Bluffton, SC

Salary: $16.83/hour plus benefits

Last Date to Apply: 4/7/2020

Job Summary:  The Palmetto Bluff Conservancy, in collaboration with Friends of the Palmetto Bluff Conservancy, is seeking a highly qualified applicant for a 12-month Research Fellowship to assist in various research initiatives.  The responsibilities of the fellow include:

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Assisting with a study that evaluates the influence of residential land use on arthropod biodiversity.  The fellow will collect insects in traps, sort and identify insects to taxonomic family, conduct vegetation transects, and assist with data entry.

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Documenting composition of small mammal communities in several coastal habitats, including saltmarsh, upland pine forest, and maritime forest.  The fellow will set and bait traps, check traps, and collect data on captured individuals.

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Assisting with the ConservancyÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s long-term monitoring of coastal bat species.  The fellow will track species of interest and collect data on roost sites.

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Entering and organizing datasheets.

The successful candidate will be encouraged to develop and publish a research study outside of (but aligned with) the currently funded projects.  Travel to regional conferences will be provided for the fellow to present their work.

Duration: The fellowship will last 12 months with a tentative start date of June 1, 2020.  Due to recent concerns related to coronavirus, the start date will be largely dependent on recommendations regarding return to normal working conditions.  This is a full-time position that works up to 40 hours per week with occasional work on weekends and holidays.

Compensation:  The qualified applicant will receive $16.83 per hour plus benefits.

Qualifications:

Minimum qualifications:

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    BachelorÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s degree in biology, ecology, wildlife sciences, or related field.

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Experience using a dichotomous key.

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Strong written and verbal communication skills.

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Ability to work both independently and in a group setting.

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Strong quantitative analysis skills with some prior use of the statistical program R.

Ãf¢ÒÂEURÒ¢    Applicant must have a valid US driverÃf¢ÒÂEURÃ’Â(tm)s license.

Preference will be given to applicants with prior knowledge of insect taxonomy and identification.  Pre-rabies vaccination and prior experience handling and/or tracking bats is a plus but is not required.

Field work often requires long hours in trying conditions.  Applicant must be willing to work in a hot, humid, and buggy environment.

To apply:

Email a CV, 1-2 paragraph description of research interests, list of 3 references, and cover letter describing experience, skills, and ability to meet the qualifications described above.

Please submit the above materials in a single document (PDF or Word).  Name your document: last name_first name_research fellow.

Contact Person: Lydia Moore

Contact Email: lmoore@pbconservancy.org

Seed Collection Crew Leader- Santa Fe, NM

The Institute for Applied Ecology- Southwest Office is hiring a Seed Collection Crew Leader out of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Anticipated start date is June 1st and work will run through August 14th with possibility of extension. Full-time, temporary position $18/hour.The position will be mainly field based, leading a crew of 2 to collect native seed on national forests, in addition to managing data and coordinating with other crews.

For more information and to apply, please visit: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fappliedeco.org%2Fget-involved%2Fjobs%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C543181527b8348a0ea6108d7cfd4003a%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637206381815275160&sdata=kSzGb2Kmma5n8Y2ZkmgUbmgHYmP7e8YHvzbpu83tQNQ%3D&reserved=0

Applications are due April 1st!

Seed Collection Crew Leader- Santa Fe, NM

The Institute for Applied Ecology is hiring a Seed Collection Crew Leader in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The position will involve leading a field crew to collect native seed on three national forests as part of the Southwest Seed Partnership and will begin on June 1. For more information and to apply please visit:

https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fappliedeco.org%2Fget-involved%2Fjobs%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cmadeline.hennessey%40uconn.edu%7C5ac3984f0b524c325cd808d7c72eda4f%7C17f1a87e2a254eaab9df9d439034b080%7C0%7C0%7C637196876374193587&sdata=yrLFHxaO6a0KswvSfY7KLNuysg5JMPnXDLd4xDSOMNg%3D&reserved=0