Anticipated start date: January 2019
Research will focus on advancing our understanding of: 1) relationships between spatial patterns of early life history and recruitment of fishes in the Upper Mississippi River, and 2) the role of tributaries in supporting large river fish populations.
Qualifications include M.S. in Fisheries, Aquatic Ecology, or related field, strong written and oral communication skills and strong analytical skills. Experience with fish sampling in large rivers and otolith microchemistry is desirable but not required.
Please send cover letter, CV, unofficial transcripts, GRE scores, and contact information for three references to Dr. Greg Whitledge (firstname.lastname@example.org).