Current Opportunities

Here are the current research opportunities working with the HSU Wildland Fire Lab

Graduate Research Assistantship Positions:

Looking for a master's student interested in studying the "Longevity of prescribed fire effectiveness as a fuel reduction treatment in the Klamath Mountains".  The position would begin mid-May/early June 2021. Review of applications begins in late March/early April. Position open until filled.  See full announcement here.

Looking for a master's student interested in studying the "Determining stand condition thresholds to limit fire severity in second-growth redwood forests following wildfire". The position would begin mid-May/early June 2021. Review of applications begins in late March/early April. Position open until filled.  See full announcement here.

Field Research Assistant Positions:

Looking for two field assistants interested in gaining experience on fire and fuels-related research and monitoring projects. The positions would begin mid-May/early June 2021. Review of applications begins in late March/early April. Position open until filled. See full announcement here.

Looking for one crew leader and four field assistants interested in gaining experience on post-fire tree mortality research. The positions would begin mid-May/early June 2021. Review of applications begins in late March/early April. Position open until filled. See full announcement here.

 

Contact Jeff Kane (jkane@humboldt.edu) with any questions