Characterizing Fish Community Structure among Beaver-formed Ponds in the Talladega National Forest
Course Credit?Yes - BSC 398
This project aims to understand how habitat (pond) age influences fish community structure and involves sampling ponds and streams in the Oakmulgee District, Talladega National Forest. The position is primarily field-based, where students will spend approximately eight hours per week conducting focused field research with graduate students and faculty in the Talladega National Forest. Off-campus transportation is provided. Students with interests in ecology and/or conservation biology, and a love of the outdoors, are particularly encouraged to apply.
Please send a statement of research interests /qualifications and a CV.
Ability to work outdoors in all-weather conditions. Position requires wading in ponds and streams.