EPA/ORD position to support projects in atmosphere-biosphere exchange and atmospheric composition
EPA Office of Research and Development is seeking to fill a PI level position to conduct research related to methane emissions from area sources.
The Northern Research Station is hiring a Research Ecologist/Research Meteorologist (GS-0408/1340-12/13) with a duty location in Durham, NH. This position has promotion potential to GS-15
The scientist will utilize eddy flux tower data and related methods to better understand how ecosystems can be managed to increase the uptake and persistence of stored carbon and will address other questions relating to forest climate feedbacks. This involves developing and testing new ways of making and interpreting measurements of ecosystem gas exchange and bringing field data (ecosystem flux using diverse methods such as eddy covariance and remote sensing, intensive biometric data such as tree ring increment, extensive data such as inventories) and models together.
Additional details and application information can be found at https://www.usajobs.gov/job/757014700
This GS-12/13 Interdisciplinary Research Ecologist/Research Meteorologist (ecosystem GHG and energy exchange) position is with the USDA Forest Service, NRS, Climate, Fire and Carbon Cycle Sciences Research Work Unit (NRS-06) and will be located at Forestry Sciences Laboratory in Durham, NH. As a research position, it has the potential for promotion to GS-15 or ST level via evaluation under the Research Grade Evaluation Guide.
U.S. Citizenship is required.
Applications must be received by the closing date of November 30, 2022.
Scientific information: Dr. Thanos Papanicolaou at email@example.com
The USDA is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
Join the Belowground Biogeochemistry Scientific Focus Area to investigate the response of plant roots, mycorrhizae, and soil organic matter cycling at the long term, whole-soil warming experiment at Blodgett Forest.
The USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, is offering an internship for recent M.S. graduates to conduct eddy covariance and air quality measurements in Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. The position is located in Fort Collins, CO. After the successful completion of the 24-week internship, the intern will be eligible for non-competitive direct-hire authority with the USFS, with the anticipated opportunity for a permanent GS-9/11 Ecologist position at RMRS in Fort Collins.
The Office of Biological and Environmental Research within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science announces a new temporary staff opportunity. DOE is seeking qualified individuals to join the Earth and Environmental Systems Sciences Division (EESSD) as an Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) Program Manager (similar to a National Science Foundation rotator). This position would be for up to two years.
Two Ecologist positions centered around Eddy Covariance towers with the U.S. Forest Service
Geospatial analyst and data analyst, GS 9 or 11, Woods Hole