Graduate position in stream fish ecology (Wyoming, USA) ~

14 de febrero de 2016

Graduate position in stream fish ecology (Wyoming, USA)

Description: Opening for a graduate student interested in ecology of stream fishes. Potential topics include role of temperature versus other factors in limiting the upstream distribution of warmwater fishes in Rocky Mountain streams; potential responses of stream fishes to climate change
including increased nighttime warming; and the effects of thermal microhabitats on larval fish ecology. Student will have flexibility to develop their own project ideas within this framework.

Interested students should send a cover letter with statement of research
interests, CV, transcripts, GRE scores, and contact info for 3 references
to Dr. Frank Rahel at

Weblink: Salary is $22,380/yr plus tuition and
benefits. Start date is 08/15/2016.

Qualifications: Doctoral student with a Master’s degree preferred but
will consider outstanding Master’s students. Previous experience with some
aspect of fish ecology desirable. GPA over 3.4 and GRE scores over 70%.

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