Full-time, fiscal-year, soft-money, post-doctoral research position with 100% research
responsibility under the University of Maine’s Forest Carbon Economy (FORCE) initiative to
better predict forest stand development in the Acadian Region, evaluate long-term trends across
the region, and conduct large landscape-scale simulations under alternative future scenarios.
PhD in Forestry or Resource Economics (or closely related field); research
experience in forest modeling, biometrics, econometrics, and policy analysis; demonstrated
record of referred journal publications; strong quantitative background including univariate,
multivariate, and spatial analyses.