Research / Work study opportunity in the HilleRisLambers Lab

The HilleRisLambers lab studies the impacts of climate change on plant communities in the Pacific Northwest. They are interested in understanding how warming temperatures and declining snow levels will affect the geographic distribution of tree species and the phenology (seasonal timing) of wildflower reproduction. There are two kinds of opportunities available for undergraduates interested in being involved in research in their lab (starting fall of 2016, ideally for the whole academic year).

Please see http://faculty.washington.edu/jhrl/Index.html for more information on lab research and projects. View the attached document for more details.
Research&Workstudy_2016.pdf

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