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Positions for National/International Ph.D. students who would like to work in the Arctic, chaparral, mangroves, deserts, western coniferous forest, and tropical.
There are opportunities for students interested in working on CO2 and CH4 fluxes in various ecosystems including he Arctic, chaparral, mangroves, deserts, western pine forest, and tropical peatlands.
SDSU is able to provide full financial support, and for tuition, for Ph.D. students, including for foreign students.
University of New Brunswick
Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management
Funded Ph.D. position for working on the use of polarimetric SAR images for fuel moisture mapping
The Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management’s (ESPM) Division of Organisms and Environment at the University of California, Berkeley is recruiting for a tenuretrack (academic year), assistant professor position in the field of Ecoinformatics, with an expected start date of July 1, 2014. This position includes a joint appointment with the California Agricultural Experiment Station.
Please see attached .pdf for details.
The University of Hamburg has an opening for 2 research associate positions (with opportunity to pursue a PhD dissertation) to work on the investigation of land-atmosphere carbon (CO2 and CH4) exchange of permafrost landscapes using eddy covariance flux measurements (position
1) and stable isotope (13CO2) techniques (position 2), respectively.
Both research associates will work within the collaborative project "CARBOPERM - Carbon in Permafrost" which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, POLICY, AND MANAGEMENT
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
See attached .pdf for details.
The Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science is has an opening for a PhD student with a strong background in Physical Geography and Ecosystems Analysis, Geoecology, Environmental Engineering, mathematics or physics to work with model-data fusion methods on optimising terrestrial
fluxes using the LPJ-GUESS dynamic vegetation model.
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Vanderbilt University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the general area of Earth Systems. This position, effective the Fall 2014 semester, is at the Assistant Professor level.
Ecosystem Postdoctoral Fellow (Climate Uncertainties)
Job Number # 76310