Research Scholar Opportunity
We invite applications for a hydrologist, groundwater specialist, or postdoctoral researcher to support an inter-agency program focused on the effects of land-based contaminants on Hawaii Island water quality and coral reefs. The position will focus on evaluating fate and transport pathways of organic and inorganic contaminants of concern from watersheds into nearshore environments. The position will develop models of contaminants in ridge-to-reef hydrological systems and assess mitigation approaches for preventing the release of complex agricultural, commercial, and onsite sewage contaminant mixtures into the environment. The project is supported by Arizona State University and the USDA Forest Service in collaboration with the University of Hawaiʻi.
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The Center for Global Discovery and Conservation and Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory are housed within Arizona State University Knowledge Enterprise. If you are looking for an impactful career at ASU, take a look at other openings within Knowledge Enterprise.