Lincoln University is inviting applications for an academic appointment as a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Soil and Environmental Physics within the Department of Soil and Physical Sciences. The Department has a global reputation for research excellence. Our teaching is innovative and led by our cutting-edge research. Our graduates make an impact in the land-based sector by contributing to the sustainable management of soils and the wider environment.
I am co-editing a Research Topic titled “Impact of Anthropogenic Disturbances on Agroforestry Ecosystems”, within the journal Frontiers in Water.
The main goal is to bring together research papers focusing on the impact of human disturbances (such as climate warming, land use change, soil pollution) on the ecosystem services related to the water cycle. Given your expertise, I would value your contribution to this collection.
Start date: Late 2022/early 2023 (flexible)
The Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) seeks a postdoctoral fellow to provide research support to a new 3-year Discovery Project funded by the Australian Research Council. The project aims to develop the first nationwide assessment of carbon export via streams and rivers and will combine direct measurements from ecosystem observatories of the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) with remote sensing and advanced statistical modelling.
“Environmental and Earth Systems Research at Biosphere 2” (biosphere2.org/education/university-programs/research-experience-undergrads-reu) is a 10-week summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. Students participate in a variety of activities that will help them pursue a career in environmental sciences.
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Temple University in Philadelphia has an open position for a Postdoctoral Associate who will participate in research on plant and soil functionality in urban green infrastructure (GI) systems such as rain gardens and bioswales. See attached flyer for details and contact Dr. Sasha Eisenman (email@example.com) if you have questions after reading the flyer.
The Kansas Geological Survey's Geohydrology Internship Program is hiring 3-5 interns for summer 2022 to contribute to a variety of projects including investigating water quantity and quality in intermittent streams; using remotely sensed data and crop models to evaluating irrigation management for groundwater sustainability; and characterizing the drivers of water availability and water quality in the Kansas River corridor.