Ph.D. Research Assistantship (Hydrology & Water Quality), Biological Systems Engineering Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Ph.D. Research Assistantship available (starting Fall 2016 or January 2017) for student interested in agricultural non-point source pollution and wintertime drivers (soil thermal fluctuations, non-isothermal soil moisture dynamics) of soil nutrient migration (surface and subsurface). The student should have a M.S. degree in Agricultural, Biological, Civil/Environmental Engineering or a related field and experience in conducting field research. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply. Contact Dr. Anita Thompson, Professor, Biological Systems Engineering Department, 460 Henry Mall, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 53706 [firstname.lastname@example.org; http://bse.wisc.edu; Phone: (608) 262-0604].