|Subject:||Re: BIOACOUSTICS-L: Moderated Message|
|From:||Dave Mellinger <>|
|Date:||Thu, 14 Jul 2005 13:06:51 -0700|
This position isn't really for a researcher per se, it's really for a software engineer. So it doesn't sound like a good fit for you.
However, I'll keep your name in mind if I get funding for a student....
At 08:44 PM 6/27/2005 -0400, you wrote:
Subject: bioacoustic monitoring
Hi. I tried your other email but it came back. I am interested in the Acoustic Monitoring
job. I am currently a student at University of Alaska,
Fairbanks and am in the process of designing a
doctoral research proposal. I have aspects of
acoustic monitoring in my current plan, and would like to
incorporate more. My questions for you are:
Would it be possible to work this
position into a PhD project?
What geographical areas ae you covering?
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