POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW

Location
Prince George, British Columbia (CA)
Salary
up to $60,000
Posted
Jul 04, 2019
Closes
Sep 04, 2019
Salary Type
Salary

The University of Northern British Columbia (Dr. Pamela Wright, UNBC) and the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Dr. Aerin Jacob, Y2Y) seek one postdoctoral fellow to work on this two-year funded project. The appointee will lead a team of researchers and partners to: 1) develop a spatially explicit database of motorized/non-motorized trails used for nature-based recreation in the Y2Y region, acquired via partnerships, remotely sensed data, and digitization; 2) working from primary and grey literature, and potentially with subject matter experts, review recreation ecology impacts on selected wildlife species and ecosystem components of conservation concern; and, 3) develop functional models of disturbance in the Y2Y region, e.g., where structural habitat exists but recreation-related disturbance affects specific species or ecosystem components.

 

For more details, please visit the full Y2Y job posting at: https://y2y.net/about-us/employment-opportunities/y2y_unbc-pdf-ad.pdf

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