Postdoctoral Research Position in Understanding Response of Marine Fish to Sand Dredging
Position Summary: A postdoctoral Associate position is available immediately. The successful candidate will join Principle Investigators in examining the response of fish to dredging of a sand deposit in inner-continental shelf waters. The approach covers several spatial and temporal scales through trawl survey, acoustic (side scan sonar), telemetry, and video imaging from an autonomous underwater vehicle and towed and moored equipment. Sand is in demand as a material for construction and beach replenishment, but its removal from marine habitats potentially conflicts with the management of living marine resources and needs investigation.The position is based at the Rutgers University Marine Field Station in Tuckerton, New Jersey. The Associate will join
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