27 de noviembre de 2004


Learn firsthand about conservation biology in a biodiversity hotspot! AVIAN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY FIELD ASSISTANTS (7) needed mid-March to mid-June 2005 (3 months) to assist in an NSF-sponsored study, co-supervised by Drs. Douglas T. Bolger and Eric L. Walters, Dartmouth College, on the effects of habitat fragmentation and edge effects on avian reproductive success in coastal sage scrub habitat in San Diego, CA. Successful applicants will be part of a field team that includes faculty, post-doc, graduate students, and undergraduate interns. Salary of $1100/mo.; apartment housing provided. ***Previous nest-finding experience required.*** Primary duties include determining breeding territories, nest searching, nest monitoring, and basic predator, arthropod, and vegetation surveys. Must be enthusiastic, self-motivated, hard-working, reliable, and work well as part of a group. CONSERVATION BIOLOGY FIELD INTERNS (2) needed mid-March to mid-June 2005 (3
months) to assist on the same project as above. Duties as above, though you will work closely with other team members. Training provided. Salary of $550/mo., plus apartment housing. Enthusiasm and willingness to learn and work hard are a must. We especially encourage applicants that are considering going to graduate school.
Please visit http://www.dartmouth.edu/~ewalters/sandiego.htm to download an application form. For more information, please contact Dr. Eric L. Walters, Environmental Studies Program, 6182 Steele Hall, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755; sandiego2005@dartmouth.edu. Evaluation of applicants will begin Dec. 6th, 2004 and will continue until the positions are filled.

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