Postdoctoral position available in hydrological/permafrost modelling. Northern Water Futures.
We are seeking a postdoctoral researcher interested in linking hydrological and permafrost/groundwater models for improved estimates of climate impacts on northern waters. Northern Water Futures (NWF) is a project funded by the Global Water
Futures: Solutions to Water Threats in an Era of Global Change, a University of Saskatchewan-led research program. NWF is a Northwest Territories focused consortium working collaboratively to understand, predict, and address the impacts of climate change and
industrial expansion on shared water resources across the NWT.
Email inquiries or application materials to Philip Marsh ([hidden email]) with the subject line “NWF PDF Hydrology Application”. We will begin
reviewing applications on December 15th, 2020, and anticipate an April 1, 2020 start date but there is flexibility in this. International and remote candidates will be considered.
Please contact me if you are interested:
Philip Marsh, pmarsh at wlu.ca
Philip Marsh, PhD
Professor and Canada Research Chair in Cold Regions Water Science