Postdoc in Conservation Biology ~

30 de julio de 2012

Postdoc in Conservation Biology

A postdoctoral research position on freshwater and/or marine invasive
species is likely to be available on multiple externally funded projects
affiliated with the Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative
( Research would be regional to global
in scope, and could include analyses to: identify potentially invasive
nonindigenous species, forecast dispersal of species by major vectors
including shipping, and forecast potential species ranges (e.g., under
climate change). Applicant screening is rolling, but with a desired start in
fall 2012-spring 2013. Salary and benefits will be competitive. Applicants
should email (in one PDF document) a letter describing prior research
experience and current interests, a curriculum vitae, and the names and
contact information of three references to David Lodge ( with
a cc to In the email subject line, please put "Conservation
Biology--Lodge." The University of Notre Dame is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Interested candidates who will be
at the Ecological Society of America meeting in Portland should contact
David Lodge to meet there during Mon-Thurs 6-9 August.

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