Your work will be to model the impact of climate stress on the functioning of rubber trees, based on data collected in Thailand, including CO2, water and energy from a network of flux towers.
Seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar to join a dynamic team researching fossil fuel use in Arizona urban environments. The role will include collecting field samples of annual plants, radiocarbon lab analysis, and developing community science sampling efforts.
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.
An interdisciplinary team of faculty members across multiple schools at Arizona State University
was recently awarded a five-year project titled Southwest Urban Corridor Integrated Field
Laboratory (SW-IFL). This project is funded by the Environmental System Science Program of
the Department of Energy (DOE). The goal of the project is to develop and deploy novel
observational and modeling capabilities that improve understanding of extreme heat as a
central driver of key environmental outcomes, including greenhouse gas emissions, urban
water stress, and fate and transport of urban air pollutants in the complex Arizona megaregion,
extending from the US-Mexico border to the Navajo Nation. The Postdoctoral Research
Associate will be responsible 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. A PhD or equivalent in a relevant field is required, such as ecology, environmental science, forestry, statistics or data science, or informatics.
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
Seeking postdoc to work on the Berkeley Biomet Lab’s California MesoNetwork of Wetlands, Crops, Savanna and Grasslands
Postdoctoral Research Assistant position using eddy covariance method to estimate trace gas fluxes in agroecosystems.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant (3 yr) on CO2 and CH4 release from river surfaces in Arctic landscapes. The PDRA will join the RIV-ESCAPE project and Prof. Robert Hilton at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, UK. Eddy covariance methods will be applied to rivers in the Mackenzie River delta region and the PDRA will join a larger research team in Oxford working on carbon cycle processes.
We seek a Research Assistant to contribute to the establishment of a new Arctic carbon monitoring network, which will include the establishment of new eddy covariance monitoring sites across the Arctic-boreal region and coordination and support for existing flux sites. The Research Assistant will work closely with collaborators and Woodwell scientists to develop the monitoring network, including establishing new flux sites, maintaining new and existing sites, and downloading quality checking and analyzing data. This position is part of a larger project to monitor and forecast Arctic-boreal carbon fluxes. The successful candidate will work within a highly collaborative environment and be supported by a strong project team including process modelers, remote sensing experts, field scientists, a project manager, and communications and policy experts.