This is a blanket requisition and there may or may not be positions available at this time. The Department of Forest Resources receives and evaluates applications from candidates for temporary part-time and full-time research positions each fiscal year. This posting is effective through June 30, 2017. The positions vary in areas of research and specialization depending on availability of funding. Duties vary according to the needs of the principal investigator. The faculty work in a variety of areas including but not limited to biometrics, economics, environmental leadership, environmental science, forest ecology, forest genetics, geospatial science, GIS in natural resources, human dimensions of natural resources, hydrology, marketing and harvesting, policy, recreation resource management, remote sensing, silviculture, urban and community forestry.
PhD in areas related to forestry and natural resources or a closely related field and applicable research training or experience.
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