Dave Williams dgw at dgw.inbox.email.arizona.edu
Fri Oct 19 18:41:15 EST 2001

Research Associate in Plant Physiological Ecology

The University of Arizona
School of Renewable Natural Resources

A postdoctoral research position is available immediately to study 
physiological dynamics of phreatophytic trees in desert environments. 
We seek a recent PhD graduate with experience in the use of stable 
isotope and/or sap flow techniques to study uptake of summer 
precipitation pulses by trees growing along the San Pedro River near 
Tombstone, Arizona. The research is a component of an ongoing project 
to investigate controls on ecosystem gas exchange and the role of 
plants in the hydrologic cycle of desert basins. The successful 
candidate will be responsible for leading field studies during the 
2002 growing season involving technicians and several graduate and 
undergraduate students. There is ample access to a new mass 
spectrometer system (continuous-flow Finnigan delta +) with EA, 
TC/EA, Gas-bench, and PreCon peripheral devices and to all the 
fundamental tools for field-based studies of plant water relations 
(sap flow gauges, pressure chambers, leaf gas exchange systems, 
etc.). The salary is very competitive and funding is guaranteed for 
two years. Please send a letter of application with a statement of 
research interests and experience.  Include your vita and names and 
contact information for three personal references.  Send to Dr. David 
G. Williams, School of Renewable Natural Resources, The University of 
Arizona, BioSciences East Room 325, Tucson, AZ 85721.  Inquiries to 
Dr. Williams can be made at dgw at ag.arizona.edu or by phone at 
520-621-7259.  The University of Arizona is an EEO/AA 

David G. Williams
School of Renewable Natural Resources
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721
Ph: 520-621-7259
FAX: 520-621-8801
dgw at ag.arizona.edu
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