World Wildlife Fund, the global conservation organization, seeks a dynamic and motivated quantitative Post-doctoral fellowship – movement ecology & wildlife connectivity associate to lead analyses related to assessing wildlife connectivity in the Kavango-Zambezi (KAZA) transfrontier conservation area in southern Africa. The individual will take up the Mark Schell Research Fellowship at WWF-US and will be responsible for developing statistical models and metrics of connectivity that will allow conservation planners and other stakeholders in the region to manage a suite of large wildlife species in the central part of KAZA.
This is a one-year, fixed term position that will involve working closely with WWF's Lead Scientist for Wildlife Conservation, as well as other research team members in Namibia and Botswana. The position is based in WWF's Washington DC, but will require frequent communication with other team members as noted above.
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