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.
Join the Malone Disturbance Ecology Lab at Florida International University as a Postdoctoral Scholar to explore changes in C dynamics in the Florida Everglades. Experience with eddy covariance is valued. Apply to Job Opening ID 526480 at http://facultycareers.fiu.edu
Linking terrestrial–aquatic carbon fluxes to develop a nationwide assessment of carbon export via streams and rivers.
One Postdoctoral Scholar Position in the School of Earth Sciences at the Ohio State University is open for application. The position is full-time and 100% supported for two years, renewed annually with possibility of extension, contingent upon performance and funding. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience in related research. The expected start date ranges… More
The Micrometeorology research group in the Department of Geography at the University of
British Columbia (https://blogs.ubc.ca/saraknox/), in partnership with Ducks Unlimited Canada,
is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow (PDF) for a project focused on the role of Canada’s tidal and
prairie wetlands in climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Postdoctoral researcher position (27 months) available at UiT The Arctic University of Norway to assess ocean-sea ice turbulence and gas flux using instrumentation that includes underwater eddy covariance.
This 4 year postdoc position will require measuring soil gas fluxes in seagrass and mangrove ecosystems. The position will be based at the National University of Singapore, with extensive fieldwork throughout Southeast Asia.
The position will be primarily focused on a diverse set of data analysis tasks including building and applying machine learning algorithms for estimating soil properties from spectral measurements, processing of remote sensing data, digital soil mapping and running process-based biogeochemical models.
Post-doctoral scientist with expertise in the setup and maintenance of eddy covariance towers to measure ecosystem CO2, CH4, and H2O exchange, and to manage, process and interpret the resulting GHG flux data jointly with other environmental sensing data.