Multiple PhD positions studying carbon sequestration, GHG, rangeland health and grazing management

The Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, Life & Environmental Sciences at the University of Alberta is seeking multiple PhD students to work on a number of projects related to grazing management, grassland restoration, carbon storage, greenhouse gases (soil and livestock sources), plant communities and rangeland health. Students would reside at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta in the Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Sciences and be supervised by either Dr. Cameron Carlyle or Dr. Edward Bork. Students would additionally work with an interdisciplinary team of soil, agronomy, and socio-economic scientists. Read the full recruitment ad for more information.

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