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Ph.D. positions in urban ecology

POSITION #1

Ph.D. Position:  Landscaping plant choice and long-term invasion patterns (starting January 2019)

Overview:  The Residential Landscape Ecology (RLE) Lab of Dr. Basil Iannone in the School of Forest Resources and Conservation at the University of Florida is looking for a creative and motivated Ph.D. student.  Position includes four-years of competitive stipend, tuition waiver, and benefits.  The student would also be affiliated with the Sustainable Human and Ecological Development Group and the Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology. Continue reading

Postdoc opportunity at University of Florida

Are you a recent graduate or postdoc interested in invasive species, nature conservation, invasive pest prevention, regulation and policy? Are you good at interview-type research? Do you have a good record of academic publishing?

The Emerging Threats to Forests research group at the University of Florida’s School of Forest Resources and Conservation in collaboration with the USDA Forest Service is looking for a postdoc or a temporary researcher on a project “Review of successful eradications of invasive forest pests and diseases”.

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