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Pollock Hydroacoustics

Analyze hydroacoustic data collected from commercial fishing vessels for walleye pollock in the Bering Sea: are there changes in pollock density related to commercial fishing activity?
Qualifications: 3.0 grade point average including a 3.0 average in undergraduate major, at least 55 percentile or better in two of three areas of GRE.
Preferred: strong quantitative ability and skills.
Stipend: M.Sc. $19.23/hour; Ph.D. $23.02/hour
$15.10/hour (about $19700 per year). The grant covers tuition. Three years of graduate student support are available.
Contact: Dr. Terry Quinn (Terry.Quinn@alaska.edu; 907-796-5457