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Postdoc: Biodiversity, Conservation & Extinction


University of Minnesota




United States

Last Date to Apply:

None provided


Ecology Postdoc
Minnesota Biodiversity, Conservation & Extinction


Two post-doctoral positions are available for collaborative research seeking deeper understanding of and solutions to problems related to biodiversity, extinction and/or ecosystem services. Dependent on the skills and interests of the post-doc, research may be empirical, conceptual, theoretical or experimental, and might focus on analyses of human-caused extinction risks and their prevention, the causes of multispecies coexistence in foodwebs and impacts of the loss of this biodiversity, or other biodiversity, extinction and conservation issues. Each position is annually renewable for up to three years. Please apply by submitting a CV, a cover letter stating your research interests, and pdfs of up to three reprints or manuscripts to www.myu.umn.edu/employment <http://www.myu.umn.edu/employment> (Job ID# 317491). Please have three letters of recommendation sent to David Tilman (tilman@umn.edu <mailto:tilman@umn.edu>). Start date negotiable; PhD required. Positions open until filled. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity employer.