Graduate Student Support

Richard A. Snyder, Ph.D. rsnyder at uwf.edu
Wed Jan 13 10:43:23 EST 1999


Graduate Student Position/Research Support

Planktonic community structure, predation, and nutrients. Graduate Student
to participate in research to determine changes in marine and estuarine
planktonic communities associated with changes in predation and nutrient
supply. This research will contribute to determining the causes and effects
of eutrophication in estuarine and marine waters.

Other (non-microbial) opportunities listed: http://www.uwf.edu/~step/

The GED/UWF Science Training in Ecology Program (STEP) is designed to
provide undergraduate and graduate students as well as post-doctoral level
researchers with cooperative and collaborative scientific research and
training opportunities. It is anticipated that most, if not all, research
will be conducted at the Environmental Protection Agency, National Health
and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory, Gulf Ecology Division, Gulf
Breeze, FL (GED) (http://www.epa.gov/ged/).

Students and postdoctoral associates from colleges and universities within
the United States are eligible to participate and will be selected via a
competitive application procedure.  Applicants do not have to enroll at the
University of West Florida.  Applicants must be citizens of the United
States.

Further information may be obtained from:

Dr. Wade H. Jeffrey
STEP Program
Bldg 58
11000 University Parkway
Pensacola, FL 32514

Contact via: step at uwf.edu

Richard A. Snyder, Ph.D.
Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation (CEDB)
Biology Department
University of West Florida
11,000 University Parkway
Pensacola, FL  32514

http://www.uwf.edu/~rsnyder/

(850) 474-2806
FAX:	-3130





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