Advert ID: 20004157
PhD projects in Fish and River Ecology
Charles Sturt University
Albury-Wodonga, NSW / Victoria
Join a dynamic team of fish and river ecologists at the beautiful Albury-Wodonga campus of Charles Sturt University, situated in the Murray-Darling Basin - Australia’s largest river system.
Do you want to undertake a PhD that will help better understand and manage native and introduced fish and other animals in our rivers? We have several nationally- and internationally-relevant projects, collaborating with scientists from around Australia and overseas.
These projects will be supervised by Charles Sturt University scientists in collaboration with federal and state natural resource managers, scientists from CSIRO and other Australian and international universities. Potential candidates will need a First Class Honours or Masters degree.
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By 23 October 2019, ring or email Dr Paul Humphries on 02 6051 9920 or email@example.com, Dr Keller Kopf on 02 6051 9294 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr Nicole McCasker on 02 6051 9437 or email@example.com.
If you are selected as a potential candidate, we will develop a project outline with you and you will apply for a Charles Sturt University or Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship, which provides a living allowance, pays tuition fees and funds towards your research project. You can start your project in February or July 2020.