Postdoctoral Appointment in Hydrology, Syracuse University Earth Sciences: The Department of Earth Sciences at Syracuse University seeks applicants for an NSF-funded postdoctoral research associate position, which will be paired with a part-time instructor position teaching Hydrogeology. The research focus is on advancing the use of heat as a tracer in hydrologic systems and evaluating the impacts of stream restoration on SW-GW interaction. Research will involve the integration of field work and computational modeling to understand water movement to and from streams and associated biogeochemical cycling and thermal dynamics. Specific areas of research may include the application of process-based stream heat budget models to understand the physical hydrology of stream systems and to explore potential impacts of changing climate. Other potential areas of study include using statistical methods to interpret large and complex data sets to evaluate impacts of Natural Channel Design on stream hydrology, geochemistry, and ecology. Read more here!