[ES_JOBS_NET] Grad Position in Forest Nutrient Cycling, January 2014
marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Wed Sep 25 12:01:00 MDT 2013
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From: Ruth D Yanai <rdyanai at syr.edu>
Date: Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 11:04 AM
Ruth Yanai is recruiting a graduate student, MS or PhD, to participate in a
large, multi-investigator project on nutrient limitation of young and old
northern hardwood stands at Hubbard Brook, Jeffers Brook, and Bartlett
Experimental Forest in New Hampshire, USA. Thirteen stands have additions
of N&P and 6 stands have a Ca addition. We welcome inquiries from
prospective students interested in above- or below-ground nutrient cycling
and tradeoffs in resource acquisition. Field experience and the ability to
live in a group setting are essential (
For more information on the MELNHE (Multiple Element Limitation in
Northern Hardwood Ecosystems), visit http://www.esf.edu/melnhe. Please
contact Heather Engelman at
forestecology at esf.edu for access to additional password-protected
documents; we appreciate communicating with students as part of the
Funding will consist of a combination of research and teaching
assistantships (ability to TA in a General Chemistry lab would be a plus).
US students from under-represented groups may be eligible for college and
university-wide Diversity Fellowships.
Applicants may apply to the Department of Forest and Natural Resources
Management or the Program in Environmental Science, both at the SUNY
College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY.
Instructions for applying are available on line at
Ruth D. Yanai, Professor, Forest and Natural Resources Management
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY 13210
phone: 315 470-6955 fax: 315 470-6954*
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