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Project Manager ($$) for flux tower installation in the Democratic Republic of Congo, contracted via Ghent University. LAST APPLY: August 1, 2018. We look for strongly motivated candidates with relevant working experience or a diploma-holder of one of the following training programs: MsC Bioscience engineering, MsC Biology, MsC Physics, MsC Civil Engineering or equivalent; General knowledge on and understanding of dataloggers, meteorological equipment and gas analyzers. Knowledge in the field of eddy-covariance and tropical forest biogeochemistry is a plus. Fluent in English and French (Dutch is a plus, but not a must); Application Details and Contact Information
Engineer ($$$) for flux tower installation in the Democratic Republic of Congo, contracted via Ghent University. LAST APPLY: August 1, 2018. We look for strongly motivated candidates with relevant working experience or a diploma-holder of one of following training programs: MsC Electronical Engineering and ICT Engineering, MsC Electrical Engineering, MsC Civil Engineering, or equivalent; Relevant experience with dataloggers is a strong plus. Application Details and Contact Information
Postdoctoral Scholar ($$), studying Arctic Tundra Biogeochemistry in Berkeley Lab’s Earth & Environmental Sciences Division. LAST APPLY: July 31, 2018. This is an exciting opportunity for a Postdoctoral scientist to advance understanding of the effects of temperature on permafrost ecosystems and soil carbon cycling. You will work with a team of scientists studying ecosystem response to warming in Alaska as part of the Next Generation Ecosystem Experiment - Arctic project (NGEE). Application Details and Contact Information
Postdoc Research Associate ($$) at Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. LAST APPLY: rolling. $55,000/yr. This position will focus on habitat model methods for riverine salmonid population dynamics models tailored to address management alternatives. It will include evaluating best practices for assigning flow-to-habitat relationships for large river systems, and make methodological recommendations according to practitioner’s data types and simulation needs. The work will include extensive literature review and research development, followed by collaborative implementation and report or journal manuscript completion. Successful completion will also require computational implementation (i.e., computer software coding) to perform the evaluations and implement various habitat model methods. It is anticipated that this task will take approximately one year. Application Details and Contact Information
Postdoc position in continental-scale freshwater ecology at Penn State w/ Dr. Tyler Wagner. LAST APPLY: rolling. seek to fill a research position in continental limnology to be part of a Macrosystems Biology National Science Foundation funded interdisciplinary project-- A macrosystems ecology framework for continental-scale prediction and understanding of lakes. The overarching goal of this research is to understand and predict nutrient patterns for all continental US lakes to inform estimates of lake contributions to continental and global cycles of nitrogen, phosphorus, and carbon. Application Details and Contact Information.
Lecturer ($$) in Environmental Modelling at the University of Stirling, Scotland, UK. LAST APPLY: July 1, 2018, then rolling. The successful candidate will have a PhD in mathematical modelling of the environment, quantitative ecology/biology or a closely related discipline, have a strong publication record in modelling biological, ecological and/or ecosystems, and a commitment to growing the research capability and capacity of BES.Application Details and Contact Information.
PhD ($$) 4-yr fully funded at the University of New South Wales, Australia. LAST APPLY: Until Filled. ($40k/yr + $10k/yr for professional development). TITLE: “How complex should a land surface model be to accurately predict extremes?”. We are looking for expressions of interest from outstanding graduates with a strong academic record including Honours Class I or equivalent. Graduates with a strong background in mathematics, physics, atmospheric science, engineering or a similar quantitative science are particularly encouraged to apply. Programming experience with C, Fortran 90, Python or R is highly desirable. Application Details and Contact Information.
PhD ($) for soil water modeling using sensor technology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. LAST APPLY: Until Filled. The PhD student is expected to start on September 1, 2018, and in the Soil Sensing and Monitoring Lab of the Department of Soil Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison. The applicant will have an opportunity to conduct research activities in a multi-discipline environment and will explore the use of various sensing technologies in soil and water resources monitoring and management. Contact Dr. Huang for additional details if you are interested in the PhD position (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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