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technician needed

Dave Williams dgw at Ag.Arizona.Edu
Mon Jul 17 12:59:57 EST 2000

I would appreciate your help in finding a tech to fill a 3-year

Thanks!!  Dave Williams

Research technician needed for global change research project in Arizona

The School of Renewable Natural Resources at The University of Arizona
is in search of a Research Technician to start Fall, 2000.  The position
will support a large USDA-funded project that addresses potential
effects of global climate change on semi-desert grassland ecosystems in
southern Arizona.  Summer and winter precipitation on the Santa Rita
Experimental Range http://ag.arizona.edu/SRER/ south of Tucson will be
manipulated using movable rainout shelters and irrigation.  The
physiology and demography of mesquite (Prosopis velutina) seedlings
established in experimental plots will be followed for 3 years under
contrasting precipitation regimes.

Primary responsibilities of the research technician will be to construct
and maintain operation of rain out shelters, implement precipitation
treatments, collect and summarize soil moisture and climate data, and
support field and lab experiments on C4 grasses and mesquite.  The
successful candidate for this 3-year position will have at least a
Bachelors degree in biology/ecology or a related field and 2 years of
experience.  A Masters degree in an appropriate discipline may
substitute for practical experience.  Please send resume/vita and three
references to:

Dr. David G. Williams, School of Renewable Natural Resources, The
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721.  Email: dgw at ag.arizona.edu;
Voice: (520) 621-7259.  

The University of Arizona is an equal opportunity employer.

David G. Williams
School of Renewable Natural Resources
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721
Ph: 520-621-7259
FAX: 520-621-8801
dgw at ag.arizona.edu

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