Ph.D. Positions, Stream Ecology Center, Idaho State University ~

5 de febrero de 2008

Ph.D. Positions, Stream Ecology Center, Idaho State University

The Stream Ecology Center at Idaho State University invites applications for
2 prospective Ph.D. students to begin in summer or fall 2008. The students
will conduct research as part of two broad, interdisciplinary studies-one an
investigation of ecosystem impacts of climate change in the Salmon River
basin of central Idaho, and the other a large-scale field experiment to
measure the consequences of salmon carcasses for the productivity and
diversity of linked aquatic-terrestrial food webs in the Snake River basin.
An M.S. degree in aquatic ecology or related discipline is preferred, though
not required. Candidates must be highly motivated, work well with a team,
and be willing to conduct research in wilderness settings. Desired
qualifications also include excellent academic record, substantial field
experience in aquatic ecosystems, a good quantitative background, and strong
writing and computing skills. Generous graduate research assistantship
stipends and full tuition waivers are provided. For more information contact
Dr. Colden Baxter (, 208-282-6098) and visit See application procedure at Positions are open until filled, but
interviews are planned for late February-early March, so please apply before
then for full consideration.

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