Quantifying the role of surface water storage features in mediating watershed-scale nutrients
We are excited to share a new postdoctoral research opportunity to investigate, characterize, and quantify (via statistical, geospatial, and/or hydrological models) the role of landscape surface water storage features (e.g., wetlands) and their associated hydrological and biogeochemical functions on downstream water quality.
Applications are open for 2019 AWIS (Association for Women in Science) Scholarships!
Award: Scholarship amounts range from $1000 – $5000.
Deadline: Friday March 1st, 2019.
Eligibility: Open to women who will be juniors or seniors at a four-year college or university in the state of Washington in the Fall of 2019.
Ecosystem ecology of coupled terrestrial-aquatic systems
We seek two postdoctoral researchers to collaborate with us in testing and developing theory around coupled terrestrial-aquatic ecosystems. Successful candidates would pursue research focused on one or more of the following themes:
Broad-scale Biogeochemical Modeling – This project uses models and geospatial data to explore how aquatic systems process C, N, and P at regional to continental scales, and to predict how these processes will respond to global change.