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Please see attached .pdf announcement for a post-doctoral position on model data integration at the Department of Biogeochemical Integration at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena, Germany.
A post-doctoral position is available at the Department of Medical Biochemistry & Biophysics, Umeå University, Sweden. The project is a collaboration between NMR spectroscopy (Prof. Jürgen Schleucher) and soil sciences (Prof. Mats Nilsson, Assoc. Prof. Mats Öquist).
Project and Tasks
The John Bartram Professorship in Urban Forestry at the University of Delaware
Deadline: July 31, 2013
Three post-doctoral researcher and one Ph.D. student positions:
Modelling terrestrial biogeochemical cycles, climate change-land use change interactions and feedbacks
Land-use and land-cover changes (LULCC) are a major contributor to global and regional climate change. Yet our quantitative understanding of the manifold LULCC - climate interactions is still poor. In order to improve our knowledge of climate change impacts on a number of terrestrial ecosystem processes, and of the impacts of LULCC on climate change in turn, we seek to address in particular the following topics:
Science project manager position at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, projects on land use change-climate change interaction
We have job openings for 2 Postdocs to work on
1. Data assimilation in the hydrologic model mHM
2. Implementation of the Multiscale Parameter Regionalization into land surface models
Please see attached .pdf for details.
We are seeking two highly motivated PhD students to study aqueous and evasive carbon fluxes in the discontinuous permafrost zone of western Canada using various laboratory and field techniques.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship
Simulating the greenhouse gas emission from boreal region reservoirs
We are seeking a post-doctoral research fellow to work on the simulation of the emission of greenhouse gases from northern boreal reservoirs as part of a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Canada Collaborative Research and Development Project in collaboration with Hydro Quebec.