Dr. Dan Holstein is looking for prospective students to join the Seascape Ecology Lab’s team (www.seascapelab.com). The group uses field, lab, and computational methods to understand the ecological implications of animal and material movement in a structured seascape and changing environment.
Although dissertation or thesis focus is flexible, work on an NSF-funded project investigating how acidification and warming influences the larval behavior, dispersal, and connectivity of stone crabs is preferred. Experience in computer programming languages or simulation modeling would be fantastic – but most important is a desire to apply computational and simulation methods to the study of animal biology and ecology.
Please send an email to [email protected], and if possible include a CV that outlines pertinent coursework or experience.
Daniel Holstein, PhD
Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences
College of the Coast & Environment
Louisiana State University
2259 Energy, Coast & Environment Building
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Office: (225) 578-6371
Cell: (786) 863-3771