Postdoctoral Fellow - flood modelling and flood risk assessment
Amin Elshorbagy, GIWS member, is searching for a candidate with strong knowledge in statistics, watershed hydrology, modelling and programming. Start date is August 2014.
Faculty position - Watershed Modelling
GIWS and the School of Environment and Sustainability invite applications for a tenure-track faculty position to join our team. For details, view the job posting. Application review commences May 12, 2014.
MES opportunity - Large-scale hydrological modelling
Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, GIWS member and School of Environment and Sustainability faculty, 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.
Masters, College of Medicine - Drinking Water Treatment and Quality, Safe Water for Health research team
GIWS member Lalita Bharadwaj is seeking a graduate student to conduct a comparative evaluation of drinking water quality in First Nations communities with and without Integrated Biological Reverse Osmosis Membrane (IBROM) drinking water treatment systems. For more information, click here.
MES opportunity - Management of economic risk of on-farm surface water retention systems
Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, GIWS member and SENS faculty, 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.
Graduate student opportunities - Lake Diefenbaker limnology research
Jeff Hudson, GIWS member, is seeking graduate students for two research projects on Lake Diefenbaker. For details, view the job posting.
Development of Bayesian-Belief Networks for large river deltas, Toxicology Centre - post-doctoral opportunity
The post-doc 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.
PhD or Masters studentship - Winter Limnology (revised to include masters applicants)