Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) for Hydrologic Science and Water Management Position
This position will use cutting-edge tools to monitor, model and visualize water storage, fluxes, and consumptive evaporative water use across multiple scales to understand and educate on the impacts of federal, state, and farm level water management decisions on water availability, supply, and demand as well as the effects of global environmental challenges, such as climate change, urbanization, land use change, and population growth at the urban and rural interfaces. This position will also be responsible for teaching and research related to satellite-based remote sensing of consumptive water use and/or advanced mesh sensor networks, ultimately maximizing crop yield by minimizing water-related stress and disease. The successful candidate will have expertise in sensor design, dep
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