With funding from the University of Texas at Austin's Energy Institute, we announce a position for a postdoctoral researcher to work with our integrative team to study ecohydrology in rocky ecosystems. The work will involve a combination of ecological and hydrologic data analysis, theory, and simulations and could include geospatial analysis and fieldwork in the Texas hill country. Candidates with a history of working across fields of ecology and hydrology are particularly encouraged. However, a strong interest in interdisciplinary work is all that is required.
We have had for a number of years a Peregrine Falcon resident on the UT Tower, affectionately dubbed "Tower-Girl" by locals. The Center for Biodiversity at UT has installed a nest box and, just going live today, a webcam, so she can be observed on the nest. Several male Peregrines have been in the area, however we do not know whether she will form a pair bond or produce Read more about UT's new falcon cam is live