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USGS Mendenhall Postdoc - Colorado River Sediment Transport
US Geological Survey, Arizona, United States
Apply before: 13 November 2023


Hi All - we're currently searching for a USGS Mendenhall postdoctoral fellow to conduct research into fluvial-aeolian sediment transport along the Colorado River, including Lakes Powell and Mead and the Grand Canyon.


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.

Don't hesitate to reach out to any of the research advisors listed below with questions!

Thanks,

Alan Kasprak - akasprak@fortlewis.edu
Joel Sankey - jsankey@usgs.gov
Amy East - aeast@usgs.gov


Alan Kasprak
Assistant Professor
Fort Lewis College
Department of Geosciences

office: 2784 Sitter Family Hall
www.alankasprak.org

pronouns: he/him/his

Of interest for:
  • Terrestrial Working Group
  • Hydrology Focus Research Group