Honours project opportunity: Soil health in River red gum forests

A chance for some field work in these beautiful inland riverine forests.

A chance for some field work in these beautiful inland riverine forests.

We’re looking for an enthusiastic student to be involved with a larger project set up by Office of Environment (NSW) and Heritage and Parks Victoria. The project will involve field work throughout the Lachlan Valley, Murrumbidgee Valley and Murray Valley. This project presents an opportunity to visit some unique parts of Australia and receive training in measures of soil health and soil surface condition. This is a fantastic opportunity to collaborate with government departments including National Parks and Wildlife Service (NSW), Parks Victoria (Vic.) and Scientific Services (NSW). Preferred candidates would have a strong background in ecology and/or soil science and hold a provisional or full drivers licence. For more details please contact Prof. David Eldridge (d.eldridge@unsw.edu.au).

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