The graduate student will work with faculty and other students to conduct: (1) Field investigation of water quality (e.g., dissolved oxygen and nutrients) and biological components (e.g., algae, macroinvertebrates, and fish); (2) Watershed assessment; and (3) Data analysis with statistical tools. The student will get training in water quality/biological field monitoring, laboratory instrument analysis, and quantitative computer software computing. Research results will be presented in national or international academic conferences and published in peer reviewed journals. Pre-Application: A current resume, copy of GRE scores, unofficial transcripts, and name and email contact information of three references are needed to be sent to Dr. Yushun Chen at email@example.com
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