Penn State’s Earth and Environmental Systems Institute is seeking to hire one to three postdoctoral scholars to work at the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. The positions could be filled as early as summer 2019. We are seeking innovative researchers with interest and expertise in the following areas:
Full description and application link for this position: https://aprecruit.ucmerced.edu/JPF00836.
Questions about this open position should be sent to Professor Martha Conklin: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASSISTANT SPECIALIST -- SIERRA NEVADA RESEARCH INSTITUTE -- UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, MERCED
Job # JPF00836
Post-doc position: Carbon and greenhouse gas cycling in a tropical watershed: contribution of soil and vegetation organic matter and hydrology.
Aim: tracking carbon in all reservoirs in a tropical watershed (groundwater, rivers, sediments, soil and vegetation) in order to establish of carbon mass balance of the Nyong river basin
Postdoctoral fellowship in data science for water at Stanford University
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Application Deadline: 01 Jul or until position is filled
Contact: François Chabaux
We are seeking a postdoctoral scholar to work with Dr. Elisabeth Hausrath at UNLV growing algae under a range of conditions. Responsibilities of the position will include working with a low temperature and pressure chamber to grow different algal and microbial species under a variety of atmospheric pressures and compositions, temperatures, water, nutrient and light levels; presenting work at conferences; and writing manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals.
Description: PhD opportunity to conduct research exploring tree-mediated methane emission in freshwater wetlands in Australia. Wetlands are among earth's most efficient ecosystems for carbon sequestration, yet this capacity can be offset by emission of methane. Recent research indicates that wetland trees can be a significant, yet largely unquantified, pathway for methane emissions.
The University of Bristol School of Earth Sciences seeks an outstanding candidate for a permanent Lectureship/Senior Lectureship (Assistant/Associate Professor) appointment within the broad area of environmental geosciences. Areas of scholarly focus could include but are not limited to environmental geochemistry, geomicrobiology, the digital environment and Earth observation.