Northern Arizona University is seeking applications for one Postdoctoral Scholar position
focused on using isotopes/radiocarbon to understand fossil fuel use in urban environments in
Arizona. This person will join a collaborative team of researchers in the Center for Ecosystem
Science and Society (ECOSS) and the School of Environment and Sustainability (SES). The
Postdoctoral Scholar will work on projects focused on measuring and mapping fossil fuel use in
the urban environments of Arizona using the primary measurement of radiocarbon in annual
plants. The work will include field work collecting samples, laboratory work preparing and
running radiocarbon samples, and helping to develop community science sampling efforts. The
Postdoctoral Scholar will have the unique opportunity to work closely with a diverse team of
researchers at NAU focused on carbon cycle science (Ted Schuur, Kevin Gurney, Helen Rowe)
and a larger interdisciplinary urban studies team located across multiple institutions in and out of
Arizona. The positions will be based in Flagstaff, AZ and the expected start date is Summer
2023.
Apply online by April 21: https://hr.peoplesoft.nau.edu/psc/ph92prta/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/NUI_FRAMEWORK.PT_LANDINGPAGE.GBL, Job ID606781

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