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chris elphick

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  1. The Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Connecticut invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on the Connecticut Bird Atlas project with Dr Chris Elphick, and co-advised by Dr Morgan Tingley of the University of California-Los Angeles. The Connecticut Bird Atlas began in 2018 and aims to map the distribution and abundance of all bird species throughout Connecticut during the breeding season, winter, and migration periods. The project has one more year of data collection, and we are ready to begin data synthesis. Primary responsibi
  2. Coastal marshes are changing in response to sea-level rise, development, introduced species, and a variety of other environmental changes. These changes have consequences for both the biodiversity of coastal systems and the ecosystem services they provide. The Saltmarsh Habitat and Avian Research Program (SHARP) is a collaborative endeavor involving researchers at several universities in the northeastern US. Collectively, we have been studying marshes along the US Atlantic Coast since 2010, with work in my lab group at the University of Connecticut dating back to 2002. Currently, I seek
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