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One-year post-graduate hydro-geomorph position at Caspar Creek
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), California, United States
Start reviewing process: 22 January 2024

We seek someone with a recently awarded MS or PhD in hydrology, geomorphology, or a closely related field to work on sediment-related projects at the Caspar Creek Experimental Watersheds in Fort Bragg, CA. Please see link for additional information and to apply. Applications will be accepted through the Zintellect system (see link) and will be reviewed on a rolling basis starting 22 January 2024. This is a one-year position, and may be extended contingent on funding and performance.

Briefly, the person will study bedload sediment transport in the main channels of Caspar Creek and sediment delivery from forest roads surrounding the experimental watersheds. The selectee will collect and interpret data and develop written and oral communications related to these and other ongoing field-based research projects at Caspar Creek and in the surrounding Jackson Demonstration State Forest. The fellow will also assist with other field instrumentation and data collection, engage with our partners, and develop outreach opportunities and materials for the public and other researchers.

Thank you,

Joe Wagenbrenner, PhD (he/his/him)
Research Hydrologist

Forest Service
Pacific Southwest Research Station
Arcata, CA

Caspar Creek on the web:

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