On 19 January , 2012,
by Dr Jennifer Swenson, Ph.D.
Prospective Phd Student
Applicants are invited to apply for a PhD assistantship in the Nicholas School of the Environment or the University Program in Ecology at Duke University beginning Fall of 2012. Areas of research include landscape-scale forest and land cover change in tropical and temperate regions; examining terrestrial ecological patterns with respect to ecosystem function and environmental policies in the context of climate change. Desirable backgrounds include spatial analysis (remote sensing, GIS) applied to ecological/environmental phenomena, Master’s degree preferred. Teaching assistantship responsibilities would likely be graduate-level courses in remote sensing and geospatial analysis for conservation applications. Interested applicants should send a brief letter of introduction, CV/resume, statement of relevant research experience and interests (1-2 pages), and unofficial transcripts to Dr. Jennifer Swenson (email@example.com) by December 1st, 2011
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