A position for one M.Sc. student is available in the Department of Biology at the University of Regina. The project’s goal is to determine if existing mercury models are appropriate for predicting Hg levels in fish from lakes in both the prairie and aspen parkland region of Saskatchewan. The successful applicant will be enthusiastic about applied fisheries science, hard working, and able to work effectively with a number of external researchers and government and citizen led organizations. The work will be mostly computer based, and therefore strong computing skills are required. Field work will also be necessary. Start date will be September 2014.
The Department of Biology at the University of Regina offers guaranteed salary stipends provided in part by both the faculty member and eaching assistantships. Please send a letter of inquiry plus a CV and unofficial transcripts to Dr. Britt Hall, Department of Biology, University of Regina; firstname.lastname@example.org.