Apply before: 13 November 2023
13 November 2023
This project will focus on the development of models to predict the aeolian erosion, transport, or deposition of sand or dust from subaerially exposed river- or reservoir-sourced sediment deposits as a function of changing water supply, use, and regulation. This position will be based in Flagstaff, Arizona and will have the opportunity to work with a rich legacy of hydrology, remote sensing, geomorphology and riparian ecology datasets collected along the Colorado River.
For the full position advertisement, please see https://www.usgs.gov/centers/mendenhall-research-fellowship-program/s66-aeolian-transport-sand-and-dust-rivers-and
To access the application online via USAJobs, please visit https://www.usajobs.gov/job/748980600, and note that this vacancy closes on November 13, 2023.
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Fort Lewis College
Department of Geosciences
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