Job Description: The Department of Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management (FERM) in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University has a funded position available for a Postdoctoral Scholar (1.0 FTE, up to 24 months, starting as available), to begin once a suitable candidate is found. The opportunity will support one Postdoctoral Scholar to develop spatial tools and models that relate aquatic condition and habitat resilience and/or vulnerability to general landscape factors, as well as forest health and wildfire, in the Western US. The research will improve understanding of how natural and/or human disturbances affect water quantity, quality, and aquatic habitat to facilitate future policy and land management decisions. The Post-Doctoral Scholar will join the

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