Assistant Professor in Forest Measurements
University of British Columbia
The Department of Forest Resources Management in the Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, Canada seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Forest Measurements. The UBC Faculty of Forestry conducts national and international research and provides undergraduate and postgraduate education in forest management, forest sciences, conservation science and management, and wood science and processing. The successful candidate will teach within the undergraduate forestry program and will also be expected to develop courses at the graduate level, contribute to the Faculty's course-based masters programs, and develop a strong research program that includes supervising graduate students.
The position will support scholarship in forest measurements, forest inventory, sampling, and modelling forest stand dynamics across all scales. It is expected that the successful candidate will do research relevant to some or all areas of forest measurements. The central forest measurements research areas include: researching new technologies for ground and aerial forest measurements, measuring and modelling tree and stand growth and yield, advancing forest sampling theories and applications, advancing the development of tree allometry models, and advancing methods to pool datasets across temporal and/or spatial scales and from multiple data sources.
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