Student Training Opportunity for 2023: Dryland Recharge Assessment in Morocco (DReAM)
Drylands cover nearly 1/3 of Earth’s surface, host 40% of its population, and are mainly located in developing countries. Groundwater recharge in drylands is dominated by focused mechanisms, such as infiltration beneath ephemeral streams, but is incompletely understood. We are recruiting 5 graduate or undergraduate students for a National Science Foundation-funded project (International Research Experiences for Students) to study transmission losses in ephemeral streams in Morocco. The program includes (dates are tentative): Virtual training in techniques in hydrology, remote sensing, GIS, and hydrologic modeling (online, March 15–April 30) 1-week virtual technical and cultural training workshop (online, May 15–22) 5-week field project with U.S. and
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