PhD assistantship in snow hydrology, Boise State University

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Boise State University announces a 3-year doctoral assistantship in support of two NASA grants to improve measurement and modeling of snowpack dynamics and hydrologic response in complex terrain. The successful student is expected to work collaboratively with a team of scientists in the broad areas of mountain hydrology, remote sensing, coupled land-atmosphere atmosphere modeling. and development and deployment of surface observations based on open source electronics (e.g., Arduinos, etc.).  Candidates with demonstrated field experience, quantitative skills such as scientific programming in Python or MATLAB, and in electronic data acquisition techniques are particularly sought.


Funding is available as early as January 2016. Prospective students should contact Prof. James McNamara (

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