Ph.D Graduate Assistantship in the Study of Environmental Factors Affecting Foraging Success of Age-0 Yellow Perch

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A PhD level graduate position is available in The Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Toledo as part of a study of environmental factors affecting foraging success of age-0 yellow perch.

The student would work with faculty, other students, and agency researchers to model relationships of foraging and growth to environmental factors in a spatial framework.

A successful applicant will have good quantitative skills, some modeling experience, and familiarity with GIS.

Preference will be given to students already having a MS degree in ecology, fisheries, or a related field.

However, other students will be considered based on overall qualifications.

Work on this project will be carried out primarily at the University of Toledo's Lake Erie Center

(http://www.lakeerie.utoledo.edu/).

Applicants are encouraged to apply for the Fall 2007 semester.

U.T.'s Department of Environmental Science is research intensive, with many new faculty in the areas of ecology and aquatic science, and over 30 graduate students.

RA and TA stipends are completive with other area universities. Contact;

Dr. Jon Bossenbroek jonathan.bossenbroek@utoledo.edu or

Dr. Christine Mayer christine.mayer@utoledo.edu if you are interested in this project.

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