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The University of British Columbia in collaboration with FuturAgua project partners seeks applications for a postdoctoral research associate to investigate the ecohydrology of irrigated agricultural systems in the Nicoya peninsula, a seasonally dry and drought-prone region of Costa Rica. The research activities include a detailed characterization of H2O and CO2 fluxes and the surface energy balance using eddy covariance systems, as well as collaborating with other project activities and project management.
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Multiple post-doctoral researcher positions available within the AmazonFACE experiment:
Please find attached, adverts for five post-doctoral researcher positions available within the AmazonFACE experiment. This project will establish the first free-air carbon dioxide enrichment (FACE) experiment in mature tropical forest. The successful applications will join a world class team of researchers in Brazil and internationally.
RESEARCH FELLOW IN PLANT ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT - CAMDEN CAMPUS REFERENCE NO. 1566/0714
The Faculty of Agriculture and Environment is a research-intensive faculty. The Centre for Carbon, Water and Food (CCWF) based on Camden Campus is a major new facility that houses a number of Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellows and other high profile researchers. The centre contains high-end analytical capability among a range of mass spectrometry and other analytical equipment in the environmental sciences.
Postdoctoral position at University of Lorraine – INRA Nancy:
Understanding and modelling climatic and edaphic controls of CO2 isofluxes in soil.
Department: The position is based at UMR 1137 Ecologie et Ecophysiologie Forestières (EEF) – Nancy (France). This department undertakes fundamental and applied research on forest, with strong expertise in ecophysiology and ecology, and belongs to the Cluster of Excellence ”ARBRE” at INRA and University of Lorraine.
Research team: Caroline Plain, Bernard Longdoz, Daniel Epron (scientific advisor)
Professor in Physical Geography with a specialisation in Ecosystem Exchange Processes, Lund University, Sweden.
The Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science (INES) at Lund University requires a Professor in Physical Geography with a specialisation in Ecosystem Exchange Processes, whose main tasks are to carry out and lead research, as well as to strengthen, integrate and further develop existing research activities and foci.
For detailed information about the position and how to apply: http://www3.lu.se/info/lediga/admin/document/P2014-625eng.pdf
Uppsala University is an international research university focused on the development of science and education. Our most important assets are all the individuals who with their curiosity and their dedication makes Uppsala University one of Sweden’s most exciting work places. Uppsala University has 41.000 students, 6,500 employees and a turnover of SEK 5,900 million.
Department of Earth Sciences, Programme for Air, Water and Landscape Sciences (LUVAL).
The Department of Psychology and the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC) http://www.cnbc.cmu.edu/ at Carnegie Mellon University seek to fill a tenure-track faculty position in developmental neuroscience at the assistant professor level. The position is funded by a generous gift from Ronald J. and Mary Ann Zdrojkowski as a Career Development Chair to attract young researchers to further our understanding of how humans develop.
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We solicit applications for a research scientist (junior or senior) position at INRA Kourou (Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique), French Guiana, in the framework of the ECOFOG Research Unit (http://www.ecofog.gf/).
We are looking for a Scientist (young or with experience) with strong expertise in analyzing and interpreting eddy covariance flux data and/or in modeling the carbon balance of ecosystems.
Looking for a motivated PhD student with interests in continuous greenhouse gas measurements (CO2, CH4 and N2O) from grasslands in Switzerland to achieve more sustainable food production systems. Details can be found in the attached pdf file.