Division of
Natural and Applied Sciences

PhD position in Arctic terrestrial ecology (ungulate-plant interactions) 

A PhD project is offered with the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources to study  
Arctic herbivores’ distribution and foodscape.  
 
The candidate will elucidate how ecological, environmental, and anthropogenic drivers modify plant-herbivore interactions. The focus species are caribou and muskoxen in Greenland.  
 
Application deadline: Oct. 15th.  
 
Further information is available from Dr. Mathilde Le Moullec malm@natur.gl, or Head of Department of Birds and Mammals Fernando Ugarte, feug@natur.gl
 
Link to full description of PhD position and how to apply: 
https://natur.gl/year-en-2/2023-year-en-2/phd-scholarship/?lang=en 

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Nicholas P. Huffeldt, Ph.D. 

MSCA Postdoctoral Fellow | Evolutionary Ecology Unit | Dept. of Biology | Lund University | Sweden 

Postdoc | Greenland Institute of Natural Resources | Greenland  

Guest Researcher | Arctic Ecosystem Ecology | Dept. of Ecoscience | Aarhus University | Denmark 
https://nphuffeldt.wordpress.com/