2005 National Parks Ecological Research Fellowship Program ~ Bioblogia.net

21 de junio de 2005

2005 National Parks Ecological Research Fellowship Program

The National Park Service, National Park Foundation, and Ecological Society of America are pleased to announce the 2005 National Parks Ecological Research Fellowship Program. The program encourages and supports outstanding post-doctoral research in ecological sciences related to the flora of U.S. National Parks. The program will award up to three fellowships each year to researchers who have recently completed their Ph.D. Awards are made for up to two years with the possibility for renewal for a third year, determined at the end of the first year. Awards support research in any area of ecology related to the flora of the National Parks. Research topics can address any level of ecological organization, ranging from populations, species interactions, and community patterns, to landscape and ecosystem level processes associated with plants. Research should focus on questions that advance the science of ecology independent of immediate Park needs. Plants, fungi, mosses, algae, cryptogamic crusts, lichens, or other flora must be the main focus of the research. Research that takes advantage of the range of environments, conditions, and scales available in National Parks is of particular interest. Additional information and application materials are available at http://www.esa.org/nper. Completed applications must be received at ESA Headquarters between September 1, 2005 and October 1, 2005. For more information on the NPER Fellowship Program, contact: NPER Program Manager, Ecological Society of America, 202-833-8773 or nper@esa.org

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