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Post Doctoral Research Position

Dear FLUXNET Users -
I want to draw your attention to the following job opening. The successful applicant will be based in my USDA-ARS lab located on the UC Davis campus, and will work closely with UC Davis Biometeorologists Kyaw Tha Paw U and Rick Snyder and with grower cooperators. Please feel free to re-post this notice on appropriate listservs and jobs boards, and share with potentially interested colleagues.
Andrew McElrone

Postdoc Opportunity - Crowdsourcing, PhenoCam and NEON

Dear FLUXNET Colleagues -

I want to draw your attention to the following job opening, which would be a wonderful postdoc opportunity for new PhDs with a background in ecology, earth system science, education, or computer science, and strong interest in citizen science, education and outreach, and the impacts of climate change on terrestrial vegetation.

3 full MICMoR Fellowships for doctoral students

We are happy to announce that 3 full MICMoR Fellowships for doctoral students are open for application now.

MICMoR (Mechanisms and Interactions of Climate Change in Mountain Regions) is a graduate research training program hosted by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) at its KIT-Campus Alpin in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. We invite all interested candidates for our doctoral program with a focus on climate change research in mountain regions to apply!

A post-doc position in hydrology/biogeochemistry in the boreal landscape

A post-doctoral position is available at the Department of Forest Ecology & Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden.


Research Professor in Plant or Ecosystem Ecology

This tenure-track position is open at CICESE, a research and graduate teaching institute of the Mexican science agency CONACyT, in Ensenada, Baja California, through the Department of Conservation Biology in the Division of Experimental and Applied Biology.

Candidates are sought with experience in any of the following areas:
ecosystem services (e.g. C and water fluxes), functioning of soil microbial communities, or effects of biodiversity on ecosystem and biogeochemical processes, particularly in the contexts of changing climate and land use.

Vacancy: associate Prof. Univ of Copenhagen

Associate Professor in physical geography/ecosystem modelling

A position as associate professor within the field of climatology is vacant within the "Terrestrial Ecosystem Analysis" research group at Department of Geosciences and Natural resource management. The group works primarily on quantification of cycles of water, carbon and nutrients in terrestrial ecosystems and exchange processes between atmosphere, vegetation and soil.

Professor of cold region geochemistry

Two Postdoctoral Fellowships available in Bordeaux, France

We are searching for a postdoctoral research fellow and a postdoctoral engineering fellow interested in working at the interface between soil microbiology and atmospheric chemistry. Further details of the research projects can be found in the attached announcements.

PhD Graduate Assistantship in ecosystem/land surface/land use/earth system modeling and simulation

PhD Graduate Assistantship in ecosystem/land surface/land use/earth system modeling and simulation:

We invite highly motivated applicants to join us as PhD graduate students for investigating climate-ecosystem-human interactions at regional and global scales by using ecosystem/land surface/regional earth system modeling and remote sensing approaches. Successful individuals will work on interdisciplinary research projects and be involved in national and international research programs.

PhD position Univ. Sheffield/CEH Edinburgh

Fully funded PhD position to do research on the project:

Upscaling CH4 emission from the Arctic from the plot to the global
scale: building a framework for comparison with models

More details at:

This studentships is part of the NERC Doctoral Training Partnership "ACCE" (Adapting to the Challenges of a Changing Environment).
This is a partnership between the Universities of Sheffield, and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Edinburgh (Dr. Ute Skiba, and Dr. Garry Hayman).