This position is ideal for a motivated, recently qualified individual interested in working within an established research team based in the stunning coastal village of Sainte Luce, 40km north of Fort Dauphin. The post holder will conduct research within the area's fragmented littoral forest habitats and adjoining coastal habitats. This position affords the opportunity to conduct vital in-situ conservation and to contribute data to scientific publications. The SEED Conservation Research Programme (SCRP) focuses on the endemic/endangered communities of Sainte Luce, with a particular focus on lemur research, herpetological study, botanical assessments and the monitoring of bats, dragonflies, and freshwater fish. Current projects include the long term monitoring of lemur and herpetologic

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