We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to advance the development and applications of a new generation of biodiversity forecasting models. We aim at combining biodiversity, spatial ecology, and climate change sciences with advanced statistics to develop biodiversity predictors based on complex spatial and temporal variation of landscapes and climate. The overall goal is to improve our knowledge and projections for biodiversity changes that are applicable to local, large and global scales. The position will be based at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) and the research offers an outstanding opportunity for collaborating with our large network of national and international organizations including academic institutions, government agencies and stakeholders. The fellow will be a member of the Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Studies and be considered to become a fellow of the NSERC-CREATE training program in Computational Biodiversity Science and Services.
Pedro R. Peres-Neto
Professor & Canada Research Chair in Spatial Ecology and Biodiversity
Department of Biology