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PhD – plant-insect food web responses to global change.

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    Dr L Ashton
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About This PhD Project

Project Description

Applications are invited for a PhD in terrestrial ecology, in the School of Biological Sciences, to commence in May 2018 or as soon as possible after.

Applicants should have a strong background in terrestrial ecology with experience in tropical rainforest ecology, food webs and climate change experiments. Applicants need an enthusiastic attitude to extended field seasons.

Selection criteria:

Essential:
• Masters (or equivalent honours degrees) with a strong research component in terrestrial ecology
• Tropical field work experience
• Strong academic performance


Desirable
• Molecular skills
• Plant and insect identification skills
• Written publication record

Applicants from all countries are eligible to apply.

For information on how to apply see: https://www.gradsch.hku.hk/gradsch/prospective-students/how-to-apply

References

Applicants should contact Dr Louise Ashton ([email protected]) to discuss their eligibility. Applicants should then send an up-to-date CV, three references and a statement of research experience and interests to Dr Louise Ashton ([email protected]).


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