The Johnson lab at the University of Idaho is looking for a
highly-motivated Ph.D. student to work on an aspect (to be determined
by Dr. Johnson and the student) of tree hydraulics. Potential
projects include, but are not limited to, xylem embolism occurrence
and repair, leaf hydraulic function, and whole-tree responses to
drought. The position would start in August of 2015. The University
of Idaho is located in Moscow, a small college town with abundant
opportunities for outdoor recreation and a thriving arts scene.
Pullman, WA (Washington State University) is only 7 miles from Moscow
and between the two schools there are many opportunities for
collaboration. For more information email Dan Johnson
([email protected]). More details
on current research can be found here:
http://danielmjohnson.weebly.com/
and here:
http://www.uidaho.edu/cnr/frfs/dan-johnson

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