Graduate Assistantships/Plant Ecology

Dave Evans devans at
Fri Oct 6 16:29:00 EST 1995

available for students interested in pursuing a M.S. or Ph.D. in plant
ecology.  Research assistantships are available for students to take part
in a project that examines the impact of disturbance on nitrogen and carbon
dynamics in warm and cold desert ecosystems of the western United States.
Study sites are located in Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona.  Past research
has made extensive use of stable isotopes at natural abundance levels, but
students will be able to design projects according to their own research
interests.  Opportunities also exist for students to contribute to ongoing
studies that examine water and nutrient dynamics of forests in the Ozark
Mountains.  The University of Arkansas has a young group of active
ecologists offering a wide variety of courses in ecology and evolutionary
biology.  For more information contact R. Dave Evans, Department of
Biological Sciences, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR  72701.
Phone: 501-575-7093.  email: devans at

Dave Evans
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR  72701
PH:  501-575-7093

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