Frederic C. Robinson Graduate Award in Boreal Silviculture at Lakehead University, Canada 2011/2012

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The PhD in Forest Sciences is a research-based program focused on the development of researchers in the field of forest sciences, including, but not limited to the following subject areas: biodiversity in forest environments; conservation biology; evolutionary ecology; forest ecology and ecological processes; forest entomology and pathology; forest fire management and ecology; forest management, economics and operations; forest recreation; forest soils and soil conservation; forest genetics and tree improvement; population and community ecology; remote sensing and photogrammetry; silviculture; sustainable forest management; tree morphology and physiology; watershed ecology, forest hydrology and water quality; wildlife/animal habitat management and conservation; and wood science.

Recipient must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant of Canada and must have lived in Ontario for at least twelve months in a row -Must be a student entering a full-time graduate program in Forestry -Research topic must involve the area of boreal silviculture or silviculture of forests in the transition zone of the boreal and Great Lakes/St. Lawrence regions -Awarded based on financial need

Deadline: 1 February 2012

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