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Graduate RA Arizona

Dave Williams dgw at Ag.Arizona.Edu
Wed Dec 2 14:40:10 EST 1998

A graduate assistantship is available at the MS or PhD level in plant
physiological ecology at the University of Arizona, School of Renewable
Natural Resources beginning June, 1999.  The successful applicant will work
on a collaborative project with dendroecologists and
geomorphologists/hydrologists addressing physiological responses of
riparian tree species in the southwestern US to climate and groundwater
fluctuations.  Field work will be conducted at sites in the Mojave,
Chihuahuan, Sonoran, and Colorado Plateau desert regions and will involve
hydrogen and oxygen stable isotope analysis of plants, soils, and
groundwaters.  The successful applicant will have at least a Bachelor's
degree in biology, ecology, or closely related field and should be willing
to work in remote field locations under physically demanding conditions.
If selected, the applicant must meet all graduate admission requirements
for regular admission to the Graduate College at the University of Arizona
(http://www.arizona.edu/).  Send a cover letter, CV, statement of research
interests, and names of three references to Dr. David G. Williams, School
of Renewable Natural Resources, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA
85721. Ph#: 520-621-7259. Email: dgw at ag.arizona.edu.  The University of
Arizona is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

David G. Williams
School of Renewable Natural Resources
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721
Ph: 520-621-7259
FAX: 520-621-8801
dgw at ag.arizona.edu

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