A resource provided by the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management
Ph.D. or MS Assistantship, Auburn University
Auburn Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
18-21 K annually plus tuition remission
Last Date to Apply
The project is specifically interested in examining the spatial and temporal distribution of native and non-native crayfishes. Objectives will examine habitat use at multiple spatial scales and relationships between native and non-native species. There is room for the student to develop objectives related to their specific interests.
Up to 2 positions are available for a highly qualified MS student or Ph.D. student. The students must have a background in ecology, fisheries, or related discipline and have experience working in streams. Students interested in quantitative ecology are particularly encouraged to apply.