NC State
MEAS Undergraduate Updates

Our announcement for a full-time EPA ORD research fellow focused on coastal natural infrastructure carbon sequestration assessment just posted!  This fellow will help with compiling and synthesizing research results, data, maps, and models that can be used for blue carbon assessment of coastal natural infrastructure – please share the application with anyone you know who might be great at this role!  Candidate must have received bachelor’s or master’s degree in relevant field in last five years (or currently pursuing).

Preferred skills:

  • Experience in the fields of marine and/or estuarine plant ecology, sediment science, biogeochemistry, environmental science, climate science, and other similar and relevant fields.
  • Prior experience with research on blue carbon resources, including seagrasses and wetlands.
  • Experience with literature synthesis, organization of large datasets, data quality assurance procedures, data analysis, technical/statistical software packages (e.g. R, GIS, Python, Matlab), environmental modeling, spatial mapping, remote sensing techniques, and their application to environmental science research.

Contact is Steve Pacella ( or Lana Kashuba (