We are currently looking for applicants for two fully funded graduate positions:

1. A PhD project focused on telemetry tracking of top predators in an inland lake. Some skill or experience with R required, but the project also involves lots of fun field work and extensive community engagement and public outreach/scicomm. Start date flexible. Co-supervised by Dr. Jake Brownscombe at DFO. Full details below.

2. An MSc project focused on ecophysiology and climate change adaptation with brook trout and lake trout, involving field and lab experiments, co-supervised by Dr. Chris Wilson at the Ontario MNR. Start date flexible. Email grahamraby@trentu.ca with a CV/resume and a brief statement about your research interests to apply.

Applicants from groups that are underrepresented in ecology and fisheries science are particularly encouraged to apply.

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