Postdoctoral Fellow

  • Colorado State University
  • Colorado, USA
  • Dec 15, 2020
Full time   Postdoctoral Positions

Job Description

We seek an outstanding early-career scientist for a postdoctoral position to develop models that integrate the population dynamics of fish species with bioenergetics and other trophic levels. The primary objectives for this post-doctoral position are to (1) Assess the survival, growth and consumption of humpback chub, flannelmouth sucker, and rainbow trout at fixed sites in the Grand Canyon as a function of biotic and abiotic factors; (2) develop an integrated model of rainbow trout movement in the Colorado River, as a function of environmental covariates including food availability, from capture, catch-per-unit-effort, and mark-recapture data; and (3) develop a modeling framework for an integrated population and food web model that combines vertebrate population dynamics with dynamics at lower trophic levels.

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