M.S. & Ph.D. Research Assistantships - Colorado State University ~ Bioblogia.net

9 de diciembre de 2006

M.S. & Ph.D. Research Assistantships - Colorado State University

Forest & Landscape Ecology
M.S. & Ph.D. Research Assistantships - Colorado State University

I am seeking a highly motivated M.S. candidate for research projects on
disturbance, exotic plant invasions and landscape dynamics starting in
August 2007. Funding also may be available for a highly qualified Ph.D.
student. Potential projects include: climate and fire dynamics in Colorado
forests; exotic plant invasions of forest ecosystems; landscape vegetation
pattern and dynamics in the subtropical mountains of the Dominican
Republic. More information on these projects and my general research
interests are available at: http://hla.colostate.edu/faculty/martin.htm

Applications for this position should be submitted through the Graduate
Degree Program in Ecology application process
(http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/GDPE/Homepage.html). Indicate your
research interests and qualifications in your personal statement,
particularly G.I.S. and fieldwork experience. Successful applicants will
have two years of guaranteed funding--applicants interested in pursuing a
Ph.D. should be prepared to seek additional funding and teaching
assistantships. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible,
but no later than February 15th 2007.

The Graduate Degree Program in Ecology at Colorado State University is an
interdisciplinary program for students with interests in a wide range of
ecological subjects. The Program's goal is to provide advanced training in
current ecological methods, theories, concepts, controversies and
applications by drawing together individuals and synthesizing knowledge
from a wide variety of traditional disciplinary areas of science. The
Program is administered by the Colleges of Natural Resources and Natural
Sciences, on behalf of all 6 colleges with member departments. It
currently has 113 faculty members from 17 departments.

For information or questions please contact:
Patrick H. Martin

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