The department promotes an interdisciplinary environment with researchers in related fields fostering collaboration with departmental faculty in teaching and through research relating to diverse forest wildlife, forestry and natural resource issues. The successful candidate is expected to develop and foster collaborative research partnerships with local, state, and federal wildlife and other natural resource agencies as well as non-profits/foundations. The candidate’s research program should focus on issues in avian or bat ecology in forest ecosystems that informs the management and conservation of single or multiple species and their habitats. Candidates with strong quantitative and ecological modeling skills, and experience in adaptive forest management, structured-decision making

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