Nerc Phd Studentship - The Impact Of Deer On Nature Conservation ~

4 de septiembre de 2004

Nerc Phd Studentship - The Impact Of Deer On Nature Conservation

Environment Department
Supervisors: Dr Piran White & Professor Dave RaffaelliA PhD studentship is available in the Environment Department from October 2004, concerned with the impact of deer on conservation woodlands, specifically considering impact-density relationships, interactions between species and the impacts of management. The project will be an interdisciplinary one, combining ecological field data collection with GIS, interviews with stakeholders, and ecological and socio-economic data analysis. Students should have good quantitative ability and communication skills. The studentship is open to ‘Home' students: UK students are eligible for the award of fees and a stipend, and EU students are eligible for a ‘fees only' award.Informal enquiries may be made to Piran White (e-mail Formal applications should be made following the procedure for graduate study at the University of York: application forms and instructions are available on the web at Please indicate clearly on the application form that you are applying for this studentship, and, in addition to the standard documentation, please enclose a covering letter explaining why you are interested in and well-suited to the studentship, together with a full CV. Applications should be sent to the Graduate Schools Office, University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD, UK. Closing date: 17 September 2004. Further information on the department and the University can be found at

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