The Ecosystems and Global Change Group (www.ecosystemchange.com) at Trent University jointly led by Prof Andrew Tanentzap (Canada Research Chair in Climate Change and Northern Ecosystems) and Dr Erik Emilson (Research Scientist, Canadian Forest Service sector of Natural Resources Canada, https://glfc-wet.github.io) is recruiting a two-year postdoctoral researcher to work on a project investigating the how fluxes of organic matter from land into receiving waters may offset terrestrial carbon sequestration as a nature-based climate solution. The postdoctoral researcher will quantify the amount of carbon lost from boreal forests into freshwaters by establishing two new eddy flux covariance towers. The research will involve tracing the flow of carbon seasonally from land into water and characterising the biogeochemical drivers and impacts of these fluxes.
The Cooperative Institute for Severe and High Impact Weather Research and Operations (CIWRO) at the University of Oklahoma, in collaboration with NOAA’s Air Resources Laboratory (ARL), seeks a Postdoctoral Research… More
A Postdoctoral Research Associate is being sought for the deployment and analysis of new urban flux observations using the eddy covariance method as well as support other urban hydroclimatic measurements related to water, heat, and pollutants, including during intensive observation periods (IOPs).
An NSF Macrosystems project on “Climate legacies and timescales of influence on carbon cycle processes in drylands” is seeking to hire a postdoc at Northern Arizona University (NAU). The postdoc will participate in synthesizing climate data to identify extreme climate events in the western US, and will analyze tree-ring (tree growth, forest productivity) and/or ecosystem C flux (eddy flux towers) data to quantify legacies of climate extremes on C cycle components across a range of spatial and temporal scales. The postdoc will co-supervise student (undergraduate or masters) researchers and will potentially contribute to outreach and training activities.
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.
A postdoctoral opportunity is available in the Hydrology and EcoClimate lab, Dep. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Yonsei Univ, Seoul, South Korea (http://hecl.yonsei.ac.kr). We seek one recent Ph.D. to participate… More
The ecological underpinnings of next-generation vegetation remote sensing
The High Meadows Environmental Institute at Princeton University, in collaboration with UCLA and UCSB is seeking a Postdoctoral fellow or more senior researcher with a passion for studying the natural… More
The CREATE Climate-Smart Soils (smartsoils.ca) program at the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada seeks a qualified candidate to serve as Postdoctoral Researcher for 2 years with the opportunity for renewal thereafter. In this full-time position the successful candidate will focus on scaling up large datasets on soil processes and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to identify climate-smart soil management practices and work with a multi-disciplinarity team to develop a roadmap for GHG emission reduction for agroecosystems.
We are seeking to hire a lead Postdoctoral Research Associate to lead a National Science Foundation funded project to identify adaptive water use strategies to cope with extreme thermal stress across a wide range of plant functional types.