A MSc position is available at the University of Alberta, Edmonton
Alberta, Canada, with Dr. Cindy Paszkowski (University of Alberta,
Biological Sciences) and Dr. Garry Scrimgeour (Parks Canada) to work
on Long-toed Salamanders (Ambystoma macrodactylum) in spectacular
Waterton Lakes National Park in the Rocky Mountains of southeastern
Alberta. This project will follow-up on research conducted in
2008-2009 that examined the effects of road mortality and fish
predation on a population of salamanders in Linnet Lake. (Pagnucco et
al. 2011. Ecoscience 18:70-28; Pagnucco et al. 2011. Herpetological
Conservation and Biology 6:277-286).
Applicant must be competitive for a Graduate Teaching Award in the
Department of Biological Sciences. If interested, send an email
describing your academic record and research experience to
The Center for North American Herpetology
St. George Island, Florida
11 January 2012
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