The Florida International University has a fully-funded research assistant position available for a graduate student to pursue a PhD in tropical forest carbon cycling in the Ecophysiology and Global Change Lab in the Department of Biological Sciences. More information here.
The research will be based at the La Selva Biological Station in Costa Rica and is available starting Fall 2012.
For more information contact Steve Oberbauer, email: email@example.com.
To be eligible for the position, interested students must meet the graduate admission requirements of Florida International University and have competitive GPA and GRE scores. The application is available here.
Florida International University is the public research university in Miami with a highly diverse, vibrant, and growing student body located near the edge of the Florida Everglades. The Department of Biological Sciences has strengths in marine, wetland, arctic, and tropical ecology.