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Subject: graduate student positions
From: Kevin Craig <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 1 Dec 2008 09:35:05 -0500

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MS and PhD Assistantships:  Marine Ecology and Fisheries
Florida State University
FSU Coastal and Marine Laboratory

Description: Graduate student assistantships (MS or PhD) are 
available to participate in research projects investigating the 
ecological dynamics of fish and invertebrates in estuarine and 
nearshore continental shelf environments.  Particular projects are 
addressing (1) the relationship between river flow, biophysical 
dynamics, and the functioning of estuarine nursery habitats for 
juvenile fishes and (2) the ecological and fishery effects of 
large-scale hypoxia on the northwestern Gulf of Mexico shelf.  These 
projects involve an integration of field surveys, laboratory 
experiments, and retrospective analysis of historical 
datasets.  Anticipated start date is summer or fall 2009.

Interested students should have a background in ecology, fisheries, 
marine biology, or a related discipline.  Field experience and an 
interest in developing quantitative skills are strongly 
desired.  Students should apply through the Department of Biological 
Science at Florida State University 
(<>  Further 
inquiries as well as a CV, cover letter describing your interests, 
and names and contact information for three references should be sent 
to Dr. Kevin Craig 
(<mailto:[log in to unmask]>[log in to unmask], 850-697-8550).

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