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  • Masters position in Quantitative Ecology

    Guest Helena Val
    • Employer: University of Florida
      Location: Gainesville, Quincy, and/or Fort Lauderdale Florida
      Country: United States
      Last Date to Apply: 09/15/2023
      Open Until Filled: Yes

    The Global Ecology Research Group and Wildlife Ecology and Land Management Lab at the University of Florida’s Wildlife Ecology and Conservation department are recruiting as master's student to work on a project estimating abundance of Wild Turkey in space and time. The student will focus on aggregating data sources to predict Wild Turkey abundance, and also analyze the impact of the Florida Wildlife Corridor on Wild Turkey populations. If interested, please email a single PDF to Dr. Corey T. Callaghan (c.callaghan@ufl.edu) and Dr. Carolina Baruzzi (carolina.baruzzi@ufl.edu) with the following: - Curriculum vitae - Brief statement of interest - Names and contact information for three references

    Required: - Undergraduate degree in a relevant field, such as ecology, environmental science, or applied mathematics - Strong quantitative skills - Experience coding in R - Excellent communication and organizational skills - Ability to work independently and as part of a team Preferred: - Experience with GIS and statistical modeling

    Salary: $25,000


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