Graduate Research Assistant: Auburn, AL

AL Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Auburn University
Auburn, AL
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Graduate Assistantships
23,000 yr
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Graduate work focused on tagging very small aquatic organisms. The successful candidate will be working with USFWS to determine tagging procedures for endangered species such as the Peck's Cave Amphipod. Laboratory work will be conducted by working directly with the USFWS at the San Marcos Aquatic Resources Center in Texas. The student will complete class work at Auburn University. Successful applicants should have a basic understanding of aquatic ecology (invertebrate zoology background is beneficial) and an interest in conservation hatcheries and recovery. Interested individuals should send their CV, cover letter, and contact information for 3 professional references to Dr. Shannon Brewer with "GRA- endangered species tagging" in the subject heading of their email.
The student should have a BS in Biology, Invertebrate Zoology, Fisheries, or related field. A knowledge of invertebrate biology is preferred. The student must be able to communicate effectively and have some demonstrated experience in scientific writing.
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Dr. Shannon Brewer
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