Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology (SET) at the University of Adelaide in Adelaide, Australia.

The University of Adelaide is currently looking for five enthusiastic PhD students to work on a hot topic in global change ecology: 'How do species survive climate change, land use and other human pressures?'

The successful candidates will be enrolled in a joint award PhD program established between the University of Adelaide and University of Copenhagen. They will work closely with a diverse and highly skilled group of international researchers, having access to state-of-the art computational facilities, distributional and movement data, high-resolution climate and land-use data, and genomics data.

Salary: Tax free stipend of $32,500/yr (AUD) plus a top-up scholarship of $8,000 to $20,000/yr (AUD) for a total of 3.5 years.
Duration: 3.5 years.

Application deadline: 3 July 2023.

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