Postdoctoral Researcher position to investigate the biosphere-atmosphere gas exchange of biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) from terrestrial ecosystems. The two-year research position will entail measurements of net ecosystem fluxes of BVOCs at tower sites using relaxed eddy accumulation techniques.
From Pore to Profile to Planet: Improving predictions of soil carbon dynamics through data-model synthesis: This research opportunity provides the chance for an innovative early-career scientist to make significant advances in our capacity to effectively model terrestrial carbon cycle responses to climate change. Research advisors: Corey Lawrence ([email protected]); Sasha Reed (USGS); Todd Hawbaker (USGS); Mark Waldrop (USGS); Crystal Ng (University of Minnesota). Proposed station: Denver CO, with potential for time in Moab UT and Menlo Park CA.
postdoc working on the Fluxnet project in Berkeley