Job Summary As an Associate or Full Professor and Eminent Scholar of Marine Conservation Biology the successful candidate will have expertise in a discipline such as marine biology, ecology, ichthyology, oceanography, biological oceanography, or other related field. The candidate is expected to address pressing management issues along the Southwest Florida coast ranging from degradation and loss of essential nearshore habitats, such as oyster reefs, seagrass meadows, and mangrove islands and fringe, to loss of live bottom communities and fishery habitats farther offshore. Areas of specific research might include connecting socioeconomics to restoration decisions, integrating the use of comprehensive ecosystem plans in fisheries conservation and management, or evaluating changes i

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