Candidates must hold a PhD degree (or equivalent). The candidate should have a background in marine ecology, fish population dynamics, population model development and technical skills for handling large datasets, computer programming (e. g., R, Matlab, SAS, Excel) and executing statistical analyses. The candidate should have excellent writing and oral presentation skills in English (i. e., as documented by publications in peer-reviewed literature and conference presentations), and is expected to present results in peer-reviewed journals and at international conferences.
Scholarship Deadline: No later than 31 October 2011
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