Postdoc: Hydrology and Coupled Social and Natural Systems)

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New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, NM, United States
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A postdoctoral research opportunity in hydrology and coupled social and natural systems is available at the Collage of Agriculture, Consumers, Environmental Sciences (ACES) and New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute (NM WRRI), New Mexico State University. The research involves the development of regional evapotranspiration estimates, support drought monitoring system and impact analysis, and statewide water budget assessment. The position is supported by funding from a NSF EPSCoR project and NM WRRI.

Specific research duties include:

Develop a system dynamics model and resiliency evaluation tools for NM's FEWS;
Couple FEWS components with drought impacts, and oil and gas production and price fluctuations, and impacts of land use land cover changes;
Develop and maintain NM's FEWS database.
PhD in Hydrology, Watershed Sciences, Natural Resources, Water Resources Management, Agricultural, Civil, or Environmental Engineering, or other water related science degrees. Experience in GIS and remote sensing; programming using Python, MATLAB, VB.NET; Familiarity LINUX operating systems
Application must be submitted online by: 10/19/2018.

Questions should be directed to Dr. Hatim Geli . For complete job description, qualifications and application process visit: