Job Opportunity: Research Associate:
Job location: Sheffield
You will join an active team of researchers (Post-Doctoral and PhD) working on the predictcapability and stcapability of complex ecological communities facing multiple simultaneous threats from climate and land use change. You will lead on developing a robust statistical framework for assessing stcapability of species abundance, diversity and community structure that helps partition the indices by stress, space, time and phylogeny. The outcome will be a much-needed toolbox for making effective comparisons about stcapability among ecosystems and across ecological scales.
You must have a PhD in population or community ecology focused on space, time and or phylogeny along with substantial analytic and numerical statistical practice analysing time series and their sources of non-independence/correlation including spatial, temporal and phylogenetic sources. practice with making inference across multiple biological scales is desirable.
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