[2016]

If you are interested in graduate school and research in my group, please note that I generally only consider students with a masters degree or comparable amount of work experience in river science, economics, or policy settings.

Students will be expected to work at the interface of river science, environmental policy, and some economics.   Information on the doctoral program and admission can be found at http://www.nicholas.duke.edu/programs/doctoral/; Inquiries should be sent to Martin Doyle (martin.doyle@duke.edu) and should include CV, letter of interest/background.

Admissions to Duke is extremely competitive, but it is a great place for students seeking an ideal setting for research, and a nice place to live

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