PhD Researcher in Ecohydrology

Wilfrid Laurier University

Application deadline: Open until filled

For more information and for questions, contact:
Chris Spence
Email: chris.spence@canada.ca
Phone: 306-975-6907


The Northern Water Futures project at Wilfrid Laurier University is accepting applications for a PhD researcher in Ecohydrology. This full-time position will be located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

The successful candidate will quantify the impact of permafrost decay on subarctic Canadian Shield vegetation distribution and ecohydrology using a combination of spatial analysis, field, and modelling methodologies. This position will be expected to collaborate with others in regional assessments of climate and landscape change across the Northwest Territories, Canada and the circumpolar north.

Applicants should have strong geographical information system (GIS) skills, experience with remote field work, and numerical hydrological modeling or ecohydrological flux measurement experience.

Applications must include a cover letter explaining the applicant’s motivation, a curriculum vitae, copies of transcripts, a sample of the applicant’s written work, and contact details for three academic references.

Applications can be sent via email to Christopher Spence (chris.spence@canada.ca) or Jennifer Baltzer (jbaltzer@wlu.ca).

Informal inquiries are also welcome.

Application deadline: Open until filled

For more information and for questions, contact:
Chris Spence
Email: chris.spence@canada.ca
Phone: 306-975-6907

To apply for this job email your details to chris.spence@canada.ca