The McMaster Centre for Climate Change (MCCC) at the McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada is seeking applications for an up to three-year postdoctoral fellowship starting from July or September 2022. The successful candidate will investigate the impacts of climate change and extreme weather events on ecosystems (e.g. forests, crops) and watersheds in the Great Lakes region. Skills in field data collection in areas such as biogeochemistry, meteorology, eddy covariance analysis, ecosystem remote sensing and/or ecohydrological modelling are required. In addition to conducting research and scholarship, the candidate will also engage in organizing and implementing science communication and outreach activities for the McMaster Centre for Climate Change and the McMaster Carbon Sink Forest. The selected candidate will have opportunities to collaborate with MCCC faculty, researchers and students (http://climate.mcmaster.ca), Global Water Futures (GWF) Program (https://gwf.usask.ca), Turkey Point Observatory (http://www.southernforestswaterfuture.ca), Ameriflux and global Fluxnet.

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Science staff with the USDA Forest Service‘s Institute of Pacific Island Forestry (IPIF), located in Hilo, Hawaii, are seeking a post-doctoral fellow to assist with our mission towards leading basic and applied research efforts on the conservation, management and restoration of tropical forests in Hawaii and the US Affiliated Pacific. The primary objective of the fellow’s research is to synthesize, analyze, and integrate disparate data streams using available network data. Research activities will focus on large-scale permanent forest plots in the Pacific, including from the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON), and forest dynamics plots of the Smithsonian’s Forest Global Earth Observatory (ForestGeo – https://forestgeo.si.edu/) with an emphasis on the Hawaiʻi and Palau ForestGeo plots.

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The Department of River-Coastal Science and Engineering at Tulane University, New Orleans, invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Scientist position in Ecohydrological Modeling of Saline Environments. The position will be centered on modeling climate-plant-water interactions in salt-affected ecosystems, with a specific focus on coastal wetlands and their vulnerability to sea-level rise and salinization.

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We seek a Postdoctoral researcher to work on a newly funded project that will couple experimental observations and model predictions of permafrost carbon dynamics and biogeochemical cycling.

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Join the AmeriFlux Management Team as a Postdoc! Your project will be to develop and improve methods for processing and analysis of eddy-covariance carbon flux data, and to synthesize results from past AmeriFlux site visits.
This is a full time, 2 year appointment.

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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 world, motivated to take on the challenge of improving our understanding of linkages between plant traits and ecosystem processes under changing environmental conditions. The position is available under the supervision of Dr. Matteo Detto and funded by an NSF grant (Award 2017804) for a duration of two years.

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Are you excited about improving model predictions of permafrost carbon? Do you like data synthesis? Are you looking for a Postdoc in a beautiful place? We have a new position to fill on data synthesis and model simulations to improve permafrost carbon modeling

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