The Hakai Institute and the Smithsonian Institution’s MarineGEO program are seeking candidates for a postdoctoral fellow based at the UBC in Vancouver. The postdoctoral fellow will lead a detailed biological inventory of this region with particular focus on coastal benthic habitats.
People living along the coast from Alaska to Washington built rock walls near the shoreline to create beach terraces known as clam gardens. Determining when clam gardens were built can be challenging. Luckily, there’s other ways to date rocks and sediment. And it’s a very bright idea.