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Old 16-05-2006, 10:57 PM posted to sci.bio.botany,sci.bio.ecology
Shona Lamoureaux
 
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Default PhD Fellowship available - New Zealand

PhD Fellowship Available - (Weed Population Ecology and Control)


A PhD fellowship is now available at University of Canterbury,
Christchurch
New Zealand (www.canterbury.ac.nz) to work on the project "Ecology and
control of Tradescantia fluminensis in natural ecosystems in New
Zealand."
The successful applicant will work under the supervision of Dr Dave
Kelly
(University of Canterbury) in collaboration with Drs Shona Lamoureaux,
Graeme Bourdôt (AgResearch, www.agresearch.co.nz) and Simon Fowler
(Landcare
Research, www.landcareresearch.co.nz). The student should have a
background
and/or interest in plant population ecology and ecological modelling.
In
addition a sound understanding of differential calculus and linear
algebra
would be an advantage.

The fellowship will cover a student stipend of NZ$25,000 per annum, all
university fees, and a suitable research budget, for a period of three
years. It is open to applicants from New Zealand and from overseas
countries, but the cost of airfares to/from New Zealand is not covered.

Please see http://www.biol.canterbury.ac.nz/weeds for further details
of the
project or contact Dr Dave Kelly ).


Applications close on Friday 16 June 2006.


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