The Bisbing Forest Ecology & Silviculture Lab at UNR is hiring a full-time temporary Forestry Crew Lead as part of the Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Experiment (AMEX). This position will lead a crew to support on-going research studying the impacts of silvicultural treatments to mitigate climate change impacts on forest ecosystems. Duties include but are not limited to: installing and re-surveying permanent plots; collecting pre- and post-treatment tree, plant community, fuels, and health data. Additional crew lead specific tasks will include data quality control and correspondence with lab personnel. Crews will live on-site with non-traditional housing at most locations (tents, trailer, etc.),

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