Bumble bee Landscape Genetics and Pollen Dispersal
|This is an ongoing project.||
Contact DetailsShalene Jha
• Attention to detail
• Highly motivated and able to work independently
• Basic computer skills (Word, Excel)
• Interest genetics
• Ability to work in field (if interested)
- pollen collection and identification
- DNA extraction
- bumble bee collection/monitoring
- data management
- vegetation surveys
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