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Subject: Graduate assistantship
From: Pingguo He <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 18 Nov 2010 08:34:38 -0500

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Pingguo He (PhD)

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 

School for Marine Science and Technology

706 South Rodney French Blvd.

New Bedford, MA 02744

Tel. (508) 910-6323




PhD Assistantship

Fish Behavior and Conservation Engineering In Marine Capture Fisheries

School for Marine Science and Technology, University of Massachusetts

New Bedford, MA, USA


Subject Area:  Fish behavior and conservation engineering related to New
England commercial marine fisheries

Salary: $20,000 - $22000/year, plus tuition and fees

Closing: Until filled


Responsibilities: Conduct research on fish behavior and conservation
engineering related to commercial marine capture fisheries, including
devising means and methods to reduce bycatch and seabed impact of fishing
operations in groundfish, pelagic and shellfish fisheries in Northeastern

The student will develop a dissertation based on laboratory and field
experiments to understand fish behavior, fishing gear performance, and
analytical methods for evaluation of bycatch reduction devices. Student is
expected to present at meetings and publish in peer-reviewed journals.

Qualifications: MS degree in ecology, fisheries, or engineering. Meeting
basic requirements for admission to the inter-campus graduate School of
Marine Sciences of University of Massachusetts. Strong skills in statistical
analysis and field methods are desirable. Student will be required to carry
out research onboard fishing and/or research vessels.


Start date: As soon as possible. Qualified student may start as a paid
technical assistant before fall 2011 course begins.

Contact: Please email a statement of interest, CV, unofficial copes of
transcripts and GRE together with any publications and a list of 3
professional references to Dr. Pingguo He.


Pingguo He (PhD)

Associate Professor - Fisheries

School for Marine Science and Technology

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

706 South Rodney French Boulevard, New Bedford MA 02744

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