Responsibilities include original scientific research and manuscript preparation focused on vegetation and fire modelling, assistance with workshop organization and facilitation, liaising with collaborators and their graduate students, and providing expertise/assistance with collaborator model development, execution, and interpretation remotely and through lab visits. The post-doctoral research associate will develop professional skills such as collaboration, communication, and leadership by co-leading and co-organizing annual collaborator workshops, through research visits for 6-8 weeks/year to work closely with government and university collaborators and their graduate students, and by representing model advancements at national and international scientific conferences.

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• Contribute to and lead aspects of field investigations, data collection, maintenance of field research equipment (Campbell’s Scientific and LI-COR micrometeorological devices), and data analysis involving the exchange of water, carbon, and/or greenhouse gases at the soil, vegetation, and atmospheric interface using eddy covariance and trace gas analyzers.
• Organize and publish research results in peer-reviewed journals.
• Collaborate and provide support to other Unit research activities.
• Participate in working groups, conference calls, and annual meetings.

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A 2.5 year postdoc position in Iceland on the effect of wetland restoration on GHG balance and ecosystem function. We are looking for somebody who has demonstrated experience with EC data and micrometeorological theory and/or the chamber technique, including data processing and interpretation.

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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with experience in the Eddy Covariance technique willing to apply for a competitive fellowship in order to study CO2 fluxes in the intertidal communities of saltmarshes using eddy covariance.

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Postdoctoral researcher

We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with proven experience in the Eddy Covariance technique willing to apply for a competitive fellowship in order to study CO2 fluxes in the intertidal communities of saltmarshes using eddy covariance.

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The postdoc will play an active role in both the field component of this project and the
data synthesis effort. Potential activities include operation and interpretation of eddy
covariance flux (methane, carbon dioxide) measurements, supervising personnel and
interfacing with other team members making measurements of isotopes, soils, vegetation,
and associated environmental measurements. The postdoc will be expected to organize,
analyze, and maintain large data sets generated from a number of sensors and gas
exchange measurement systems, and participate in data analysis and publications.

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Candidates with a background in climate science, biogeochemistry, ecosystem ecology,
plant or soil science are encouraged to apply. Experience with gas exchange, eddy
covariance equipment, Campbell data loggers, R programming, data and metadata
processing would be essential. The postdoc will generally spend some large portion of
time during the field season in Alaska working with the field project, and winters spent in
Flagstaff, AZ on networking and data synthesis.

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