Monthly Archives: December 2014


Trip to UNESP and Parque Estadual Intervales

By | December 18th, 2014|Atlantic Forests, birds, research|

Just back from a trip to visit colleagues Marco Pizo and Cesar Cestari at UNESP in Rio Claro.  We are in year 2 of a Science without Borders project investigating how male reproductive status influences their fruit foraging decisions.  During this trip we advanced significantly on some data analysis from field experiments run during previous [...]

Join us at UF – New tenure-track position open in Wildlife Ecology & Conservation

By | December 4th, 2014|teaching, tropical, WEC|

The Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation has a new tenure-track position open for an Assistant Professor in Global Change Ecology.  We are looking for someone to develop an internationally recognized research program related to global change impacts on wildlife and biodiversity.  The individual would be expected to: 1) teach an innovative, state-of-the-art undergraduate course [...]