NANFA-- Fw: student positions

Pete Liptrot (
Mon, 3 Mar 2003 21:42:39 -0000

> Dear Fishers, I have potential positions for a PhD student and an MSc
> student to work on our NSF funded LTER project in western North Carolina.
> The work would involve population sampling and experimental density
> manipulations to assess the relative importance of density dependent and
> density-independent processes in benthic and perhaps, a water-column
> species. The second project would involve ascertaining how turbidity
> affects foraging success and ultimately microhabitat selection and
> population regulation in several water column species. Sorry for the late
> notice, these funds were previously allocated elsewhere but they have
> suddenly come free. You can take a look at my web site (url below) for a
> description of our lab, publications, current & former students, etc. If
> you are interested then please send me an email describing your
> qualifications/interest with a vita. Overall GPA and GRE scores need to
> inculded (unofficial). cheers, g2
> Gary D. Grossman
> Professor of Animal Ecology
> Warnell School of Forest Resources
> University of Georgia
> Athens, GA 30602
> 706-542-1160
> Board of Editors, Animal Biodiversity and Conservation
> Editorial Board Member, Freshwater Biology
> Editorial Board Member, Ecology of Freshwater Fish
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