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University of Manitoba is seeking a qualified research associate to complement multidisciplinary research on ocean-sea ice-atmosphere (OSA) exchange of heat and mass within marine, sea ice and estuarine environments of the Arctic and sub-Arctic coastal zone. We seek candidates with backgrounds in oceanography, climatology or related fields. The ideal candidate should have a good understanding of the physics of ocean and or estuarine processes and be familiar with ocean going instrumentation such as ADCPs, current meters,CTDs, ocean optical sensors, etc.
You can submit your application for the Professorship of Micrometeorology at the University of Bayreuth up to April 15, 2013, because I will retire in September 2014:
Remark: The undergraduate courses are in German. For more details please ask Prof. Held (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Prof. Dr. Thomas Foken
University of Bayreuth
Dept. of Micrometeorology
Tel: +49(0)921 55-2293
Fax: +49(0)921 55-2366
The University of Stirling invites applicants for 2-year post-doctorate research fellowship positions for outstanding early career researchers. The Fellowships are designed to assist Fellows embarking upon an independent research career, with the prospect of transitioning to a lecturing position at the end of the Fellowship. Biogeochemistry is a research area we are actively expanding into with a professorial appointment expected in the first half of 2013, and we would warmly welcome applicants in this area to further develop our research in biogeochemical cycles.
Summary: The Atmosphere, Climate and Ecosystem Sciences (ACES) team within the Earth and Environmental Sciences Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory is seeking a highly qualified Postdoctoral researcher to work on cutting edge tree mortality quantification. We expect the candidate to develop and test a coupled model of vegetation dynamics and forest canopy reflectance and transmittance to quantify the amount of tree mortality from remote sensing imageries (LANDSAT/MODIS).
Modeling and analysis of long-term trends and year-to-year variability in forest CO2 uptake
Duties and Responsibilities:
Applications are sought for a two year Post-doctoral position in the Department of Botany, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
This research position is funded by the EPA and will be part of a joint initiative with Teagasc, Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin and the University of Aberdeen. The project leader is Prof. Mike Williams in collaboration with Prof Bruce Osborne from UCD and Prof Pete Smith from the University of Aberdeen.
Scaling Soil Process Modelling to National Level
Please note the following opportunities for 2 PhD projects. Funding rules restrict applicants to be either British nationals or to have been resident in the UK over the past three years (EU citizens get fees paid, but no stipend).
Deadline for application is February 1st. Applications require a letter and CV sent to:
University of Stirling
School of Natural Sciences
Biological and Environmental Sciences
Stirling FK9 4LA
Linkages of water and carbon flux between plants and soil
3-YEAR PHD POSITION AT LSCE, PARIS (SEE ATTACHMENT)
Savanna ecosystem and land surface modelling
We seek a postdoctoral research fellow to work in the area of Savanna
ecosystem and land surface modelling. The candidate will be engaged in
dynamic and multidisciplinary team to work on an ARC funded program on
“Australian Savanna Landscapes: Past, Present and future”. The appointee
will assess how Australian savanna systems function (carbon and water
cycles) in the present, how sensitive they have been to past climate
variability and how they may respond to future change. This will involve
We are recruiting for a new (post-doctoral) position to play a key part in the development of a new implementation of the energy budget in the land surface model ORCHIDEE. The role is based at the LSCE and is anticipated for a period of 18 months.