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closing date 30 April 2015
Understanding biodiversity change using integrated population models incorporating spatial information
We have an opportunity for a PhD student to work on this project at the University of Kent and BTO. The student would develop spatial components of the Integrated Population Modelling framework based on large-scale data on avian abundance and demography gathered by the BTO. The project will be supervised by Diana Cole (Kent), Stephen Baillie (BTO). Takis Besbeas (Kent) and Rob Robinson (BTO). The work would suit either a graduate in statistics or maths with an interest in ecology or a graduate in ecology or biology with strong quantitative skills. This is a competitive studentship from the University of Kent and international students are eligible to apply. Full details are available here:
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