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Undergraduate, Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Opportunities:

Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV at Arizona State University and new site for research group with state-of-the-art facilities, May 2012.

Our group seeks new students and professionals with interests in watershed hydrology, ecohydrology and hydrometeorology, especially through the combination of different methodological approaches. Potential topic areas can include efforts within our current projects or new collaborative efforts. We typically have opportunities for Master of Science, MS, or Doctor of Philosophy, PhD students. At the postdoctoral level, we have opportunities through:

  1. SESE Exploration Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
  2. Decision Center for a Desert City

Opportunities for joining us also include undergraduate research through the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, CAP-LTER and Jornada-LTER Research Program and NASA Space Grant Program, among others. Applicants are also eligible for various ASU fellowships, including Dean's Fellowships, Graduate College Block Grants, and Science Foundation Arizona Fellowships. We also invite international applicants from the Fulbright Program and similar activities to consider joining our efforts.

We are currently seeking an MS or PhD student to work on the following project (beginning Spring, Summer or Fall 2019):

Modeling the Effects of Snow-Rain Transitions on Streamflow Availability in the Salt-Verde River Systems (with Salt River Project): This project will use the tRIBS model with its snow and channel transmission loss components to simulate the Beaver Creek watershed in central Arizona following Hawkins et al. (2015). The goal is to test if the transition of winter snow to rainfall affects the water balance components (for instance, sublimation, evaporation from soils, soil moisture, baseflow, stormflow) and how this might impact water supply availability.

Graduate Programs and Educational Collaborations:

  1. Master of Science and Doctoral Program in Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering with Specialization in Hydrosystems Engineering
  2. Master of Science and Doctoral Program in Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering with Specialization in Environmental Engineering
  3. Master of Science and Doctoral Program in Geological Sciences with Specialization in Hydrology
  4. Community of Graduate Scholars in Decision Center for a Desert City

Institutional Resources on Graduate Studies at ASU:

  1. Mexico Office at ASU
  2. Doctoral Fellowships and Visiting Scholars from CONACYT at ASU

Institutional Resources on Water at ASU:

  1. ASU Global Drylands Center
  2. Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives
  3. ASU Urban Climate Research Center
  4. Arizona State Climate Office
  5. Decision Center for a Desert City
  6. Kyl Center for Water Policy
  7. Urban Resilience to Extremes Sustainability Research Network
  8. ASU Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics

For More Information, Contact:

Enrique R. Vivoni
Professor
School of Earth and Space Exploration & School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona

Email: vivoni@asu.edu
Phone: (480) 727-3575; Fax: (480) 965-8102
Office: ISTB4, BLDG75, Room 769, 781 E. Terrace Mall, Tempe, AZ 85287-6004