Ph.D. Assistantship in Hydrology and Biogeochemistry – Virginia Tech

We are recruiting a Ph.D. student to work on a project related to nitrogen cycling and hydrology in forested catchments beginning fall 2020. The student will join a large collaborative team with opportunities for work in New Zealand and at the USDA Forest Service Coweeta Hydrologic Lab.  Preference given to students with a M.S. in forest soils and hydrology or related fields. To be considered for the position, or for more information, please contact Brian Strahm ( and Kevin McGuire ( See also, the Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation website.

Update: VT News article on project.