Student will develop and state-of-the-art models to estimate the functional response of mysids in the Chesapeake Bay. The models will integrate a variety of data sources including gut contents, bulk stable isotopes, and compound-specific stable isotopes. This NSF-sponsored project also involves working with a multi-investigator research team.
M.S. preferred in ecology, fisheries, or related field; Desired qualifications include background in quantitative ecology, experience with statistical models, programming experience, good communication and interpersonal skills, and a strong work ethic.