Student Research Opportunities
MES opportunity - Northern governance and social resilience
Toddi Steelman, SENS faculty and executive director, is seeking a master's candidate to conduct community-based research with Aboriginal community partners to inform nothern policy reform. View the research posting.
MES opportunity - Large-scale hydrological modelling
Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, SENS faculty and member of the Global Institute for Water Security, is seeking a master's candidate with relevant experience to help carry out a large-scale hydrological modelling project using the MEC-MESH hydrological model. The project focuses on the Peace-Athabasca-Slave river catchment and will support local communities concerned with management of the water environment. View the full posting here.
MES opportunity - Management of economic risk of on-farm surface water retention systems
Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, SENS faculty and member of the Global Institute for Water Security, is seeking a Masters candidate to work on a research project examining how surface water retention systems can be designed and managed to improve crop profitability and if they can provide an adaptive/competitive advantage in a changing climate. For details, view the job posting.
Development of Bayesian-Belief Networks for large river deltas, Toxicology Centre - postdoctoral opportunity
The postdoc will work as part of inter-disciplinary teams that bring together expertise in hydrology, toxicology, ecology, socio-economics and policy sciences to work with communities towards understanding long-term changes in these deltas.