The Bisbing Forest Ecology & Silviculture Lab at UNR is hiring two forestry research technicians for the 2024 field season as part of a collaboration with US Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station researchers. The technicians will support a graduate student research project investigating the severity, drivers, and long-term impacts of widespread insect defoliator outbreaks in southeast Alaska. Research will be based out of Juneau, Alaska from May to August of each field season (2024 – 2026) but will require regular travel across the region via float plane, ferry, and/or helicopter to reach remote islands. Duties include but are not limited to: installing and re-surveying permanent plots; collecting tree, plant community, and forest health data; identifying and quantifyi

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