September 14, 2016 0:00am to October 03, 2016 0:00am
The field project coordinator will help implement a field study of the potential effects of human recreation activity on mammal and reptile communities, including several species of conservation concern, in San Diego County, California. The purpose of this work is to relate variation in species detections to types and intensity of recreation activity. The project is a collaboration among Dr. Sarah Reed (Wildlife Conservation Society), Ms. Courtney Larson and Dr. Kevin Crooks (Colorado State University), and Dr. Adina Merenlender (University of California, Berkeley). Click here for more information.
Hours: 20 hours per week