Course Lecturer – PLNT 460

McGill University


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Course Lecturer required to teach PLNT 460: Theory and practice of plant ecology with an emphasis on the interaction between patterns and ecological processes and the dynamics, conservation and management of plant populations and communities over a range of temporal and spatial scales.

Teaching Qualification Requirements:

Required Education:         

PhD in plant ecology or related field

Required Experience:       

Familiarity with statistical analyses of ecological data,

including multivariate analysis, and data sampling and field

work in plant ecology. Good knowledge of the local flora.

Hiring Unit:

Plant Science

Course Title:

Plant Ecology

Subject Code:

PLNT 460

Location:

RAYMND 2-046 / MACSTW 2-029

Schedule:

TWRF 10:05 am-12:55 pm / 01:05 pm-03:55 pm

Deadline to Apply:

2024-03-28

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