This is a 3.75 year fixed-term post. We are looking for an ecological statistician to collaborate with researchers developing new models and analytical methods for assessment of the cumulative impacts of multiple stressors on marine mammal populations (see NRC 2017 for a recent review). The post will involve working as part of an interdisciplinary working group comprising ecologists, bioacousticians, physiologists and statisticians. The working group aims to advance fundamental and practical understanding of the cumulative effects of multiple stressors. It will consider work being carried out under four different case studies, each focusing on a different marine mammal species and/or suite of stressors. An initial task will build upon established Bayesian methods for modelling probabili

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