The Maerz Lab ( at the University of Georgia is hiring a field technician focusing on southeastern amphibian ecology and conservation. The technician will be based in south Georgia. Project details, compensation, and applicant requirements and procedures are provided below. The southeastern United States is a region of high amphibian diversity and undergoing significant changes in climate, residential and agricultural development, and altered disturbance regimes. The southeastern pine-savanna ecosystems contain a high diversity of amphibian species including many threatened and imperiled species. This technician will be assisting with captive-rearing gopher frog tadpoles, radio-tracking metamorphs, and monitoring wetlands on southern pine savannas undergoing restora

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