The School of Forestry and Natural Resources is offering an assistantship to a well-qualified candidate interested in pursuing a Ph.D. The research involves spatial analyses and remote sensing of maple species in West Virginia, and predicting maple sap flow under changing climate conditions.
Applicants should have an undergraduate or M.S. degree in forestry, ecology, natural resources management, plant science, GIS/Remote-sensing, or related fields, and a strong academic record. Individuals need to be self-starters, able to work outdoors during inclement conditions, and have a valid driver license.