A post-doctoral research position is available with Dr. Benjamin Knapp within the School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri. The position will focus on forest stand dynamics within the central hardwood region, with application to restoration ecology and sustainable forest management. The position will utilize existing, long-term forest dynamics datasets from throughout the state to model patterns of competitive interaction and successional change, with interest in impacts of past land management as well as invasive species proliferation. Duties of the position will include establishing new research projects and supervising research activities at the Baskett Wildlife Research and Education Center, a University of Missouri property located within 20 miles from the Columbia, MO campus.
More information on the project and how to apply can be found here.