Ph.D. level graduate research assistantship is available in Earth Systems Sciences, Auburn University, to work on a multidisciplinary project to study the impacts of climate change-driven land conversion on coastal water resources (quality and quantity) in the Florida Panhandle area
Prospective candidates should be highly motivated and have a strong background in hydrology and water quality. Experience in watershed modeling, especially with the Soil Water Assessment Tool, is required. Knowledge and experience in computer programming, GIS and remote sensing is highly desirable.
Deadline is 12 April 2020
Interested candidates should email a cover letter stating their research interests, CV, unofficial university transcripts, TOEFL/GRE scores (if applicable), and the names and contact information of three references to Dr. Latif Kalin at email@example.com.