Drs. Madhur Anand and Genevieve Ali are looking for a motivated graduate student to take on a new project on hydrological, chemical and ecological connectivity. Additional details about the project and the position requirements can be found in the PDF ad.
Are you an undergraduate student interested in both hydrology and ecology? If so, you may be a perfect fit for one of two summer research assistant positions. More details in the advert: Summer URA advert for 2019 (Ecohydrology)
We are looking to add a member (undergraduate student level) to our watershed research team to work on hydrology and biogeochemistry projects. Interested? See the complete advert (link below) and contact Genevieve Ali by February 2nd, 2018: Genevieve.Ali@umanitoba.ca.
Sam Bansah’s paper on the computation of old water fractions in streamflow in seasonally cold watersheds is currently featured on the homepage of the journal WRR. Check it out!
… for being the recipient of the Masters Thesis Prize of the University of Manitoba, Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources. Good job!
Some connectivity-related research coming to fruition thanks to the support of the USGS Powell Center for collaborative synthesis and analysis. See the links below for more information:
Cody Ross, who started a Ph.D. in January 2017 on the topic of hydrologic thresholds, was just awarded a graduate entrance scholarship by the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources at the University of Manitoba. Congratulations!