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10 de abril de 2005

Summer Research Technicians: Forest Community Ecology, Duke University

The Clark lab seeks 2-3 field assistants for summer 2005. We study plant community ecology, forest responses to global change, and fire ecology (see <http://www.biology.duke.edu/clarklab/> for full project descriptions). Our research sites are located in the Duke Forest and in the Southern Appalachians in western North Carolina. Field assistants will help with several ongoing projects to study forest responses to canopy gaps, fire, and herbivore exclusion, monitor environmental variability using a wireless sensor network, and explore fungal pathogen ecology. These projects involve both field work and laboratory analyses. Experience with field work and ecological research a plus, but not required. Start and end dates flexible, but preferably from May through August. Housing and transportation will be provided for trips to the Appalachians.

For more information, contact Michelle Hersh, . Please
include in your message a resume or a brief description of your relevant experience.

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