Welcome to the Waterloo Wetland Laboratory
The focus of our lab is on aquatic ecology, restoration ecology, and landscape ecology. We look at the relationships between plants, invertebrates, and birds with their abiotic environment; both in terms of ecosystem properties and processes. In particular, we focus on the response of these biotic communities and their environmental correlates to human disturbance.
We are recruiting talented, bright, hard-working, self-motivated students with solid communication skills. If this describes you and you are interested in the type of research questions we address, please look at our Biology Department program requirements and contact Dr. Rooney: rrooney(at)uwaterloo.ca
The Waterloo Wetland Laboratory members acknowledge that we live and work on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee peoples. The University of Waterloo is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land promised to the Six Nations that includes ten kilometres on each side of the Grand River.
The Waterloo Wetland Lab is recruiting 2 co-op students for the Winter 2024 term.
Description: The technician will assist current graduate students in processing and analysing samples from wetlands, maintaining lab cleanliness and safety, and participating in the Waterloo Wetland Lab as a good citizen, which means joining lab meetings, abiding by our code of conduct, and supporting our collaborative lab culture.
The Waterloo Wetland Lab is recruiting a Postdoctoral Fellow for the Meadoway Project. If you are interested, please send a CV and cover letter describing your research interests and highlighting any relevant work experience or courses to email@example.com.
This position has been filled.
The Waterloo Wetland Lab is looking to recruit a Master's Student for an upcoming project! If you are interested, please send a CV, your unofficial or official transcript, and a cover letter describing your research interests and highlighting any relevant courses or work experience to firstname.lastname@example.org.