Research Scientist, Forest Ecohydrology

Website Natural Resources Canada (NRC)

Canadian Forest Service

Research Scientist, Forest Ecohydrology
The Great Lakes Forestry Centre

Forests are an important source of high quality water. Press and pulse disturbances occurring within the watershed will impact the quantity and quality of water moving through a forested watershed. Working with a multidisciplinary team of scientists, technicians, and analysts as well as collaborators across the country, you will carry out research on regional, national and international ecohydrological issues important to the maintenance of ecosystem services within Canadian forests.

The successful candidate will develop a research program in ecohydrology, examining through different approaches (e.g., experimental, modelling) the role and function of the water cycle in maintaining forest ecosystem integrity.

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