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|Position||Funded PhD or MS Research Assistantship|
|Funded PhD or MS Research Assistantship available through the Department of Society & Conservation at the University of Montana, Missoula, MT USA.
Brian Chaffin (Society & Conservation) and Marco Maneta (Geosciences) at the University of Montana seek applicants for a unique opportunity to pursue a PhD or MS degree at the intersection of hydroeconomic modeling and public policy research. The successful candidate will join an interdisciplinary team of social and biophysical scientists collaborating on a NASA EPSCoR-funded research project. The primary role of the PhD or MS research assistant will be to engage in policy research that directly aids in translating technical research results into a form useful to support water policy development in anticipation of changing water supply and demand. In addition, the successful applicant will serve in a unique role as a liaison between the modeling team and the policy analysis team, helping to design and implement a procedure for modeling institutional constraints on water in Montana. The research assistantship provides a stipend for two years (12-month/yr.) including tuition and health insurance. Additional funding will be a available for PhD students. Please see attached position description for additional information and instructions on how to apply. Position open until filled.
|Announcement||Learning for Resilience: insights from Cambodia's rural communities|
|This publication emerged from four years of sustained research by partners in the Food Security, Climate Change and Natural Resources Management in Cambodia research program. In implementing this major program, the Learning Insti tute received financial support from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada and acted as a grant-making organization for partners.
This book summarizes lessons learned from rural communities about ways they have tried to build resilience in the face of changes that have affected their social-ecological systems. The research program consists of a diversity of projects spanning the country and focusing on a wide variety of themes and issues. Each project addresses specific dimensions of the nexus of 'climate change-food security-natural resources management' but they are integrated under one common research framework.
It was primarily witten by Khmer teams of researchers and was edited by Dr. Jean Christophe-Diepart and Ronald W. Jones for the Learning Institute in Phnom Penh.
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