The University of Wyoming is inviting applications for a Research Scientist (Assistant) position. The successful applicant will join a diverse team of researchers in a $20 million NSF EPSCoR Track 1, WY-ACT (Wyoming Anticipating Climate Transitions). This project seeks to help Wyoming stakeholders and communities anticipate and prepare for changing water availability. The 5-year grant will support the creation of integrative models showing the cascading effects of changed water availability through socio-environmental systems with implications for hydrology, ecology, economics, and dependent human communities. A center piece of the project is the creation of a permanent observational network, WY-SEaSON (Wyoming Socio-Environmental Systems Observatory Network), that will support researchers and offer the people of Wyoming reliable socio-environmental data past the duration of the project.

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