Post doc in urban aquatic ecology and land water interactions for the MSP LTER

The new Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) Urban Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) project, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), is seeking a post-doctoral scientist to join its research team. The MSP-LTER team is building a long-term program of research related to urban nature. The post doc will lead the synthesis of extensive datasets for lakes and streams, including integrating hydrology and water quality data. Analyses of these data will be used to advance understanding of lake and watershed responses to changes in climate, management and configuration of green and grey infrastructure in cities. The post doc will assist in development of new data collections or initiate model developments, depending on alignment of interests and expertise. The position will present opportunities for collaborations within the MSP LTER, as well for engaging with community partners and the LTER network.

New applications will be reviewed until the position is filled, but application before April 26, 2021 is encouraged to ensure full consideration.

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