GEOSTATS: Quantitative approaches in natural resources - positions (fwd)
- Please note that while review of applications for the two positions
described below begins today, applications will be received until the
positions are filled.
Contact David Allan (dallan@...) for more information.
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> Quantitative Approaches in Natural Resources--
> The University of Michigan
>The School of Natural Resources & Environment invites applications from
>individuals with demonstrated scholarship in quantitative approaches to
>natural resources and ecosystem management.
>We seek to fill two tenure-track positions, rank open, with
>individuals whose research interests encompass one or more of the
>following quantitative areas: biometrics, applied statistics, ecological
>modeling, remote sensing, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). A
>doctoral degree is required. Preference will be given to candidates with a
>research focus on terrestrial ecosystems, with practical experience
>including field-based research, and with interests that span a variety of
>spatial scales. The successful candidates will establish vigorous
>research programs, teach at the undergraduate and graduate level, and be
>expected to interact with students and faculty with diverse interests in
>natural resource subject areas. Teaching responsibility is three courses
>annually, one of which may be a seminar. Subject areas of interest
>include natural resource statistics, experimental design, ecosystem
>measurement, remote sensing,image interpretation, and GIS.
>The School of Natural Resources & Environment at the University of
>Michigan has an active program of teaching and research focusing on
>interdisciplinary approaches to environmental problem-solving.
>Quantitative applications are central to our training of students, and the
>School is rapidly expanding its capacity in GIS and spatial analysis. The
>successful candidates will have the opportunity to collaborate and
>integrate their interests with a wide array of biological and social
>scientists, designers, and planners within the SNRE and allied departments
>throughout the University of Michigan. The SNRE web site can be visited
>Candidates should submit a statement of research and teaching interests,
>curriculum vitae, a representative example of their scholarly work, and
>the names, addresses including e-mail, and telephone numbers of three
> Quantitative Search Committee
> School of Natural Resources & Environment
> The University of Michigan
> Dana Building, 430 East University
> Ann Arbor MI 48109-1115
>Review of applications will begin 1 December 1998. Applications will be
>considered until a suitable candidate is found. For further information
>contact David Allan (734-764-6553, dallan@...)
>The University of Michigan is an affirmative action/equal opportunity
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