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Ph.D. Opportunities in Carbon Dynamics
  • Ph.D. Opportunities in Carbon Dynamics (read full)
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  • Contact: Gregory Starr email

  • Dept Head/Full Prof, Purdue University
  • The College of Science at Purdue University invites applications for Head of the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (EAPS). We seek a highly accomplished scholar and visionary leader who is dedicated to promoting scholarly and teaching excellence in an interdisciplinary department. (read full)
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  • Contact: Lisa Welp email

  • The USDA-ARS in collaboration with the University of Missouri is searching for a postdoctoral research fellow to evaluate climate smart agricultural practices. A full-time position is available located in Columbia, MO. The position will work in close collaboration with the Long-Term Agro-ecosystem Research (LTAR) network eddy covariance working group. (read full)
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  • Contact: Adam Schreiner-McGraw email

  • Postdoctoral Researcher – Soil Carbon Cycling and Climate Impact
  • Berkeley Lab’s (LBNL) Climate and Ecosystem Sciences (CESD) Division is seeking an enthusiastic and innovative Postdoctoral Researcher to investigate the controls of soil carbon and nitrogen cycling, and how they vary with climate warming and soil depth. (read full)
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  • POST-DOCTORAL APPOINTMENT – measuring and modeling hemp fluxes
  • A Post-Doctoral scientist is needed to measure and model fluxes of water, energy, carbon, and nitrogen associated with different cultivars of industrial hemp at Lincoln University of Missouri. (read full)
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  • Contact: Sean J. Zeiger, Ph.D email

  • POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH POSITION: Biometeorology and Ecosystem Fluxes in Mixed Redwoods-Conifer Forests in Northern California
  • We are seeking a highly motivated scholar to work on an interdisciplinary project focusing on CO2 and water fluxes in a mixed-conifer-redwoods forest in Northern California. We have an experimental setup that includes two tall eddy-covariance flux towers over early- and mid-seral redwoods stands, along with additional ecosystem measurement instrumentation. The potential candidate will also investigate the exciting challenges of understanding and quantifying net flux contributions due to canopy fluxes and scalar advection over complex, sloping terrains. (read full)
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  • Contact: Kosana Suvočarev email