Dr. Mitchell Pavao-Zuckerman’s lab group works collaboratively on the ecology and ecosystem services of urban and built environments. The lab investigates biogeochemical and ecohydrologic responses and decision-making and management of green infrastructure, urban soils, and urban forests, and collaborates with hydrologists, engineers, landscape architects, geographers, and planners.
Assistantships include a full tuition waiver, salary, and benefits. Students can explore a variety of green infrastructure types (rain gardens, bioretention cells, green roofs, urban forests, etc.) and explore biogeochemical and ecohydrologic processes and how they connect to ecosystem service provision.
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