Start reviewing process: 1 January 2020
Start reviewing process:
1 January 2020
The successful candidate is expected to conduct field research with partners at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and US Geological Survey, and to conduct groundwater flow modeling. Hence, experience in conducting field research and a strong quantitative background are preferred.
The PhD student will join the Hydroecology Science & Engineering Lab at the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) at the University of Colorado. The graduate program in water resources engineering at CU prepares students to push the cutting edge in hydrologic science and engineering.
Feel free to contact Dr. Michael Gooseff – firstname.lastname@example.org especially if you are attending the 2019 AGU Fall Meeting from Tuesday to Friday.