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USGS Mendenhall Research Fellowship Program

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY

Overview: Currently no Research Opportunities are being advertised.

Role of Research Advisors:. Research Advisors are appointed to direct project work. The Advisors are USGS scientists with whom the Mendenhall Fellows would work most closely. They will also be involved with reviewing application packages and interviewing candidates. Applicants are encouraged to contact the Research Advisor(s) for further information regarding the Research Opportunities and are strongly urged to coordinate the development of their research proposals with the Research Advisor(s). One of the first steps in the preparation of an application package is establishing contact with the Research Advisor(s).

Role of Human Resources Office Contacts: The Human Resources Office will receive application materials, review the backgrounds of the final candidates to make sure they are qualified for the opportunities, forward them to the Research Advisors and hiring official for consideration, and make the official job offers. The Human Resources Office is also available to provide information regarding the recruitment process and the status of applications.

Job Qualifications: Office of Personnel Management descriptions. of the backgrounds required to perform the types of research listed in these opportunities. Other titles may be applicable depending on the applicant's background, education, and research proposal. The final classification of the positions will be made by the Human Resources specialists in charge.

Last modified: Monday, 25-Sep-2017 16:17:58 EDT
Mendenhall - Research Opportunities
RO # Research Opportunity Title Proposed Duty Station Research Advisor(s) Apply Here
S26 Estimating Wave Propagation Path Effects in Ground-Motion Prediction Equations via 3D Seismic Velocity Model - A Central California Coast Ranges Case Study Menlo Park, CA Russell Graymer, Brad Aagaard
S24 Development of a geoscience based method to produce a standard elevation product for two-dimensional hydraulic models Rolla, MO Emitt C. Witt, Tom Shoberg
S23 Terrain feature extraction from elevation data for national mapping Rolla, MO Samantha T. Arundel, E. Lynn Usery
S22 Development of methods to validate elevation-derived channels to update the National Hydrography Dataset Rolla, MO E. Lynn Usery, Larry Stanislawski
S21 Ecological flows: Assessment of river hydrogeomorphic alteration and ecological impacts Fort Collins, CO Quan Dong, Jonathan Friedman, Greg Auble, Ellen Wohl
S20 Identification of individual species by remote sensing methods Reston, VA Gerald Guala, John Brock, Thomas Loveland, Bernard Hubbard, Raymond Kokaly  
S19 The role of clays in controlling the sediment response to methane gas hydrate formation and dissociation Woods Hole, MA Carolyn Ruppel, William Waite  
S18 Geologic controls on geothermal fluid flow: Data synthesis, 3D geologic modeling, and validation Menlo Park, CA Jonathan Glen, Colin Williams  
S16 The Effects of Flooding and Dam Management on Delta Evolution on the Upper Missouri River Reston, VA Katherine Skalak, Cliff Hupp, Adam Benthem  

 


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