Job: PhD Assistantship
|Agency, Location||OK Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit|
|Salary||$19,500 per year and tuition waiver|
|End Date||Until filled|
This interdisciplinary project will be jointly supervised by faculty in Natural Resources and Biosystems Engineering. The objective is to assess how changes in flow releases and baseflow levels influence inchannel temperatures and hyporheic exchange for the benefit of stream fishes. Project will include field, laboratory, and modeling components. The student will be encouraged to develop additional objectives that complement the central theme of the assistantship.
i) A Master’s degree in biology, ecology, fisheries, hydrology, or related field, ii) knowledge of basic hydrology and ecology, iii) good working knowledge of statistics, iv) excellent written and oral communication skills, v) willingness to perform field work under adverse conditions.
Please send your curriculum vitae (with 3 references), cover letter that described your research interest and background, transcripts (unofficial are fine), GRE scores, and a writing sample to: Dr. Shannon Brewer (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Garey Fox (email@example.com).