|Title||PhD Research Assistantship—socioecological fisheries.|
|Agency, Location||University of Florida School of Natural Resources and Environment.|
|Salary||Up to $26,000/yr, including tuition and fees.|
Stocking hatchery-reared fish is one of the most common freshwater fisheries management strategies, but much about how stocking affects fish, fishers, and the feedbacks between them remains unknown. This project use quantitative modeling and survey methods to forward socioecological theory and also to inform immediate fisheries management decision making.
Strong writing and some quantitative and programming (e.g., R, Python, or other) skills are preferred; MS degree preferred.
Closing Date: Applications will be reviewed immediately as received.
Please electronically send a cover letter, current CV, unofficial transcripts & GRE scores, three reference contacts, and any additional questions to Edward Camp at [email protected] .