Openings: Two PhD Positions

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Two PhD-level graduate student positions are open at the University of Indiana. Research will be focused on hydrodynamics in mountain streams, particularly along the stream-hyporheic-riparian-hillslope continuum during dynamic events (e.g., storms, snowmelt runoff).  One student will focus on catchment-scale experiments, monitoring, and modeling in the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest (Oregon, USA). The second will focus on storm responses in connectivity and hyporheic exchange in Indiana streams, including manipulation of both surface- and groundwater levels at the reach scale. More at