Field Assistant required on Namibian ecological research project

Publié le par Doctorants CEBC CNRS

A field assistant is required for the Swakop River Woodlands and Wildlife

Project, an ecological research project in Namibia. The position is

available from early June until the end of October 2010. The assistant will

be working in a team of three investigating the drivers and impacts of

woodland change in this beautiful and important riverine ecosystem.

Fieldwork will involve conducting vegetation and wildlife surveys at a

series of locations along the dry riverbed, as well as setting-up and

monitoring two networks of camera traps. The fieldwork will be physically

demanding and previous fieldwork experience is desirable. A background in

the biological or geographical sciences is required. This is a fantastic

opportunity to study woodlands and wildlife in Africa.


The deadline for applications is Sunday 21st March 2010.


More information about the project, arrangements for volunteers and the

application procedure can be obtained from the project leader, Caitlin

Douglas, at


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