Two PhD RAs in Hydroinformatics with an emphasis on merging hydrologic transport processes, fluvial geomorphology, and nutrient and contaminant dynamics in river systems. The appointment will support a large-scale field and modeling project aimed at improving the characterization of river hydrogeomorphology and its cumulative influence on water quality. The project integrates data mining and synthesis of large physical and biogeochemical datasets with
new physics-based models for transport in large river networks. Research goals include the conceptualization and analysis of detailed bedform-scale flow and transport models and assembling and assimilating hydrogeomorphic data into a new river corridor transport model to assess cumulative effects, and forecast outcomes for changing water quality at the scale of the nation. Applicants are expected to work collaboratively with colleagues at the Pacific Northwest
National Laboratory (PNNL). Interested candidates may contact Dr. Jesus Gomez-Velez (Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo., https://gomezvelezlab.com).