[Ecophysiology] Graduate assistantship in tree ecophysiology available

Mike Day Day at apollo.umenfa.maine.edu
Mon Mar 13 09:21:26 EST 2006


Graduate assistantship in tree ecophysiology available at the University of 
Maine. I am seeking a MS or Ph.D. student to join our research program 
studying the influence of past and future climate change and management 
options on the tree species composition of the Acadian forest. The Acadian 
forest occupies a tension zone between the boreal forest and the eastern 
deciduous forest providing an excellent setting for investigating the 
ecophysiology of range-limits, competition, species migrations and related 
topics. Our current approach is studying the tradeoffs between opportunity 
and stress offered by rapid shifts in environmental factors. This position 
includes a stipend, full tuition and health insurance. Contact Mike Day, Ph.D., 
Department of Forest Ecosystem Science, University of Maine, Orono ME 
04469. Telephone 207.581.2889 or email day at umenfa.maine.edu


Michael E. Day, Ph.D.
day at umenfa.maine.edu
Department of Forest Ecosystem Science
5755 Nutting Hall
University of Maine, Orono, Maine 04469-5755
(207) 581-2889  FAX: (207) 581-4257



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