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Fluvial Geomorphology Research Associate – University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow is looking for a Research Associate (RA) to work full time over 6 months on a NERC project titled “Catchment susceptibility to hydrometeorological hazards: sediment flux and geomorphic change as drivers of flood risk in the Philippines”. The successful applicant will help to deliver on-going work packages with view of assessing flood hazards arising from morphological change in tropical rivers. through one or all of the below: (i) assess sediment flux using a morphological approach; (ii) develop two-dimensional hydraulic models; or (iii) develop morphodynamic models.


Minimum requirements

Knowledge of fluvial geomorphology

Skills in sediment budgeting and geomorphic change detection (GCD) software


Desirable

Hydraulic modelling (HECRAS-2D)

Morphodynamic modelling (Delft3D) desirable

The closing date for applications is 23:45 GMT 15 March 2021 with the role to start as soon as possible.

Please contact Dr Richard Williams (richard.williams@glasgow.ac.uk) or Dr Rich Boothroyd (richard.boothroyd@glasgow.ac.uk) with any questions. Further information on the vacancy can be found at https://my.corehr.com/pls/uogrecruit/erq_search_package.search_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E , job reference 050545

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