Postdoctoral Jobs at University of Adelaide, Australia
Position: Postdoctoral Fellow on Global Change Ecologist
The Position holder will join the Australian Research Council Discovery Project. The project aims to establish the ecological mechanisms of range contractions to avert the extinction of native biota. Basically, the candidate will work closely with a diverse and highly skilled group of researchers from the University of Adelaide, University of Copenhagen and the State University of New York. The incumbent will be at the University of Adelaide’s School of Biological Sciences and Environment Institute. In addition to that, s/he will be part of a team of trans-disciplinary scientists who are improving the way in which ecological-model forecasts are generated, interpreted and used to protect natural systems for long-term resource sustainability.
The Postdoctoral position will contribute to the development of spatially explicit ecological models that use characteristics of past population dynamics from fossils and species genes. Similarly, the position assists to reconstruct the range dynamics of select megafauna and medium-sized vertebrates in three broad geographic regions (Eurasia, America, and Oceania) over the last 21,000 years.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications
The University of Adelaide is a public research university in Adelaide, Western Australia. Established in 1874, the University of Adelaide is the third-oldest university in Australia. Additionally, this multi-campus university manages five academic campuses in the state of Western Australia. In overall, University offers hundreds of undergraduate and graduate courses in the disciplines of architecture, engineering, arts, business, health sciences, medicine, law, music, nursing, sciences, psychology, and education
|Type of Opportunity||Academic Job|
|Company Name||University of Adelaide|