About Us

Since 1998, the Baltimore Ecosystem Study has been investigating the ecological, cultural, and economic forces that shape the Baltimore metropolitan area. Read more

Research in Brief

Links to documents explaining the areas of BES LTER urban ecology study and listing the affiliated researchers. Read more

The Balto Brief

Notes from the BES Director, Dr Emma J. Rosi and Director Emeritus, Dr Steward T.A. Pickett. Read more

BES Twitter

Excited to announce full-time job opportunity at Boston University: Program Coordinator for @BU_URBAN graduate program. Email cover letter, resume, and 3 references with “BU Urban Program Coordinator” in subject. See https://t.co/liUKBVWgnu
@BUbiogeo @BU_biology @BUearth @BUsphEH

Come work with us! @taurocephala & @BGrudski and I are hiring a full-time (w benefits) Research Associate to be part of our long-term research on watersheds & lakes (https://t.co/CFt8N9FzCs). Position is for 1 yr, renewable for up to 5 yrs. See the ad at https://t.co/PHoS704Aa5

we're going to be hiring a full time permanent federal employee at #USGS to work on water #dataviz in our #DataScience branch. Interested or have questions? DM me and work on great projects! https://t.co/WFPrDjJZEY

Hi all, if you are working in urban environments and have cool results to share, consider our urban ecohydrology session @theAGU . @AGUecohydro https://t.co/lEzYbkU81I

I am looking for a PhD student to work on an #urbanwildlife project in the Washington DC area! Starting Spring 2020 semester. Mostly using #cameratraps, but can study other taxa as well. Apply by Aug 31st. Please share!

https://t.co/C4yd48uIYI

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