PhD Student Opportunity: Ecohydrological implications of subarctic landcover change

Wilfrid Laurier University’s Northern Water Futures project, as part of the recently announced Global Water Futures program (http://gwf.usask.ca), is seeking a highly motivated and organized individual for a PhD student position to investigate the effects of permafrost degradation on vegetation and water cycling in the Northwest Territories’ subarctic Canadian Shield.

For more information please download this document (NWF_PhD Opportunity).

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