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Post-Doctoral Fellow in Freshwater Restoration Ecology, University of Canterbury

Post-Doctoral Fellow in Freshwater Restoration Ecology School of Biological Sciences, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
We seek a top-class ecologist who is capable of blending theory and application in a restoration ecology context. This Postdoctoral Fellowship will involve trialling methods designed to offset and mitigate the effects of intensive agriculture on stream ecosystems. The position is funded for five years by the Mackenzie Charitable Foundation and works as part of University of Canterbury’s Freshwater Ecology Research Group within the School of Biological Sciences. The position requires a person with an excellent research record in ecology, but will particularly suit somebody with a blend of skills and experience in freshwater ecology and restoration ecology.
For information about the position and how to apply, please see: http://www.seek.co.nz/Job/post-doctoral-fellow/in/canterbury-christchurch/24308913.
For more information about the Freshwater Ecology Research Group, please see: http://www.biol.canterbury.ac.nz/ferg/
Closing date for the position is 10 May, 2013.

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