|Title||MS Assistantship – Salmon and Climate|
|Agency, Location||University of Alaska Fairbanks|
|Salary||Stipend ($27,189-$30,183), tuition, fees, benefits.|
The successful candidate will be responsible for testing hypotheses concerning physical mechanisms regulating early marine survival in Gulf of Alaska salmon.The project will involve collaboration among the M.S. student, a physical sciences post-doctoral researcher, collaborators at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and National Marine Fisheries Service, and Dr. Mike Litzow, the project Principal Investigator.
A Bachelor’s degree in biology, ecology, fisheries, oceanography, applied mathematics, or a related field. The successful applicant will be highly motivated and creative; possess excellent writing, communication, and quantitative skills; and show an interest in using quantitative approaches to address questions concerning fisheries resilience in the Anthropocene.
Ad Closing Date: 9/23/20 or until filled
Contact Dr. Mike Litzow ([email protected]) for complete description and instructions for how to apply.