CIRE staff archeologists cleaning naval artifacts.
Applicants are invited by UM and CIRE for 4 vacant Fire Management Specialist (FMS) positions. The FMS will serve in a lead role in day-to-day operations at one of 4 Air Force installations. They will orchestrate and lead inter-agency Wildland Fire Support Modules, be responsible for executing prescribed burn, mechanical fuel treatments, and assist with wildfire suppression within their area for responsibility. Please follow the title link for more information.
Scott Sheehan, 66th Civil Engineering Division environmental engineer, works with AFCEC and UM CIRE at Hanscom AFB assist in CIRE's 90 day bat survey looking for bat species presence. Read the Hanscom AFB publication regarding the study UM CIRE is undertaking for AFCEC and the US Army Corp of Engineers.
CIRE has been leading a variety of projects in both natural and cultural resources with the help of world class scientists and experts. They provide some of the best options for success. In this article, you will become familiar with some of CIRE's researchers and their projects.
Watch CIRE's promotional video on its YouTube channel. The video can also be found embedded on the About CIRE webpage. Find out how the Center for Integrated Research on the Environment manages military projects for the Army Corps of Engineers.