We are looking for two highly motivated individuals to fill two postdoc positions (Université de Montréal [UdeM] and Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières). Working as part of a larger team including university and government scientists (e.g., Environment and Climate Change Canada [ECCC]), the two individuals will work on different aspects of a recently funded three-year… More

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The Still Lab at Oregon State University invites applications for a postdoctoral researcher working on Earth System Modeling of grassland function and biogeography. The successful applicant will work as part of a large, interdisciplinary team to implement, test, and analyze a new, evolutionary approach to capturing grass functional diversity and biogeography in Earth System Models. The modeling work will be done in close collaboration with W.J. Riley at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and D. Griffith at NASA Ames Research Center.

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We are recruiting multiple PhD students and two Postdoctoral Researchers through Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment (iSEE) , Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences (NRES) and National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). Funding up to five years is guaranteed for PhD students through fellowship, research-assistant,… More

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LLNL post-doc opening for an atmospheric boundary layer experimentalist in Livermore, California. We are looking for someone to conduct independent research using observations of boundary-layer meteorology for a variety of applications: quantifying wind turbine-atmosphere interactions, studying wind flow over complex terrain, atmospheric stability and PBL height, surface carbon and energy flux exchanges, and other boundary layer processes for national security applications.

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We are currently seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral research scientist to develop and apply new methods to quantify greenhouse gas emissions from industrial facilities based on in-situ atmospheric measurements. The position is based at Le Laboratoire des Science du Climat et de l’Environnement (https://www.lsce.ipsl.fr) and the researcher will work within the TRACE project (http://trace.lsce.ipsl.fr), which is a collaboration between engineers and scientists working at the LSCE as well as partner companies SUEZ, TOTAL and Thales Alenia Space.

The full job description can be found attached or at the following link: https://sharebox.lsce.ipsl.fr/index.php/s/y5ECVAT3OSXnbzp.

Please forward this opportunity to your colleagues or anyone whom you think might be interested.

Thank you kindly,

Christopher Caldow.

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We are currently seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral research scientist to develop and apply new methods to quantify greenhouse gas emissions from industrial facilities based on in-situ atmospheric measurements. The position is based at Le Laboratoire des Science du Climat et de l’Environnement (https://www.lsce.ipsl.fr) and the researcher will work within the TRACE project (http://trace.lsce.ipsl.fr), which is a collaboration between engineers and scientists working at the LSCE as well as partner companies SUEZ, TOTAL and Thales Alenia Space.

The full job description can be found attached or at the following link: https://sharebox.lsce.ipsl.fr/index.php/s/y5ECVAT3OSXnbzp.

Please forward this opportunity to your colleagues or anyone whom you think might be interested.

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Mendenhall Postdoctoral Fellowship, in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. A broad set of topics are of interest, related to carbon and sea level rise processes in coastal wetlands.
https://www.usgs.gov/centers/mendenhall/18-23-predicting-responses-sea-level-rise-and-restoration-diked-salt-marshes

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Canopy-scale fluxes and in-canopy processes of atmosphere-biosphere exchange of reactive nitrogen will be investigated using a combination of micrometeorological flux measurements and modeling. The candidate will work with advanced instruments for nitrogen trace gas and aerosol flux measurements and assist in the development of low-cost methods to better estimate dry deposition for routine monitoring.

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