MS position in distribution of freshwater functional diversity under climate change

Interested in aquatic biodiversity, connectivity across isolated natural and anthropogenic habitats, and climate change? Northern Arizona University is an excellent place to study all of these! Come do your Masters in Environmental Science & Policy in the coolest (literally) part of Arizona, in the middle of climate-driven shifts in species distributions. NAU and Flagstaff, AZ offer excellent opportunities to network and collaborate across both academic and agency scientists working on ecosystem responses to climate change and the functional and genetic components of biodiversity underlying those responses. Support will be through a combination of TAships and summer research support. If interested, check out and send a CV and a brief description of your background and research interests to Rebecca Best ( Final applications due January 15, 2018.