We invite applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join the University of Arizona Superfund Program in order to characterize wind-blown dust and aerosols arising from tailings impoundments and other mining operations in the Southwest (http://superfund.pharmacy.arizona.edu/)
Duties and Responsibilities
*Analyze existing data and observations in order to draft research publications and research proposals (e.g., Csavina, et al., A Review on the Importance of Metals and Metalloids in Atmospheric Dust and Aerosol from Mining Operations, Science of the Total Environment, 433, 58-73 (2012))
*Participate in and direct field work to collect atmospheric aerosols and meteorological data from sites in southern and central Arizona.
*Prepare and submit samples for chemical and physical characterization by ICP/MS, and scanning electron microscopy at campus facilities.
*Help train and oversee graduate and undergraduate students.
*Additional duties as assigned.
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Dr. Linda Prokopy at Purdue University seeks a postdoctoral researcher to assist with an ongoing USDA-AFRI project entitled “Useful to Usable (U2U): Transforming Climate Variability and Change Information for Cereal Crop Producers.” This project seeks to improve the resilience and profitability of farms in the North Central Region of the United States amid variable climate change through the dissemination of decision support tools, resource materials and training. The postdoctoral researcher will assist with the social science elements of this project which include a series of ongoing focus groups with farmers and their advisors. The postdoctoral researcher will be responsible for developing research questions, assessing knowledge, attitude and behavior change as a result of focus groups, interpreting focus group findings for the team developing decision support tools, and writing journal articles. Additionally the postdoctoral researcher will help with analysis of survey data collected in 2012 focused on beliefs, attitudes and practices of farmers and their advisors related to climate information. Pending receipt of additional funds, the postdoctoral researcher will also be responsible for collecting a second round of survey data from advisors, analyzing the data for change, and writing journal articles.
The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in natural resources social sciences, sociology, political science, geography or a closely aligned field. Applicants should have experience with a variety of social science methods. Excellent communication skills (both written and oral) are essential for this position. A preference will be given to a candidate with experience using structural equation models. The position can start as early as January 2013 and will last for at least one year.
To apply, please contact Dr. Linda Prokopy directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send a current CV, contact information for four references, a writing sample, and a letter addressing relevant experience by October 31st.
Purdue University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce.
We are seeking an exceptional conservation and science professional to fill the position of Program Director for a new initiative aimed at advancing the science, management, and conservation of Pacific coral reefs. Our initiative will pursue targeted research at Palmyra Atoll as well as other Pacific Islands, and will aim to apply these findings to practical management and conservation challenges.The position will be housed at the Coral Reef Alliance in San Francisco, CA, but will serve the collective interests of a consortium of investigators from a suite of institutions, including the American Museum of Natural History, the Coral Reef Alliance, the Nature Conservancy, Stanford University, the University of California San Diego, the University of California Santa Barbara, the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and Victoria University of Wellington. We are launching this program with an initial grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, which includes funding for a full-time Program Director for roughly two years. We anticipate strong prospects for leveraging this initial award, resulting in a longer-term opportunity.
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The Department of Biological Sciences at Eastern Illinois University is seeking a Human Anatomist/Physiologist (tenure track) to begin August 2013. Ph.D. or equivalent required. Preference will be given to applicants with postdoctoral and teaching experience and evidence of curriculum development. Teaching responsibilities include undergraduate courses in human anatomy, histology and physiology and a graduate course in area of expertise. The Department of Biological Sciences (http://www.eiu.edu/~biology) has a diverse faculty with strong expertise in organismal, environmental, and molecular biology. Although research interests are open to all areas of anatomy/physiology, we seek candidates who complement existing strengths in the department. Successful candidates will be expected to develop a productive and funded research program involving both undergraduate and M.S. students, particularly those focused on health professions.
Applications must include a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, description of teaching and research interests, and the names and e-mail addresses of four references. Application materials must be sent by e-mail (MS Word or PDF attachments) to Dr. Robert Colombo, Chair, Human Anatomist/Physiologist Search Committee (email@example.com).
The Evans School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at Berry College invites applications for a tenure-track professor in Environmental Studies, rank based on qualifications and experience. Area of specialization is open, but we seek candidates with a social science perspective who can anchor a program in environmental studies while assisting in our environmental science program, especially in the policy track. The strongest candidates will be able to lead faculty in the humanities, arts and social sciences in the development of an environmental studies program and will offer courses that may serve other academic programs as well. With 26,000-acre campus and entrepreneurial enterprises in farming, dairy and beef production, Berry College is located in a community where three rivers converge and offers abundant opportunities for scholars and students to gain first-hand experience in environmental studies. The successful candidate will display a creative aptitude for linking the classroom with this immediate setting. A completed Ph.D. at the time of appointment is required as is an active research agenda and a strong commitment to serving as a teacher-scholar-mentor in a residential liberal arts college setting. Candidates must demonstrate commitment to undergraduate teaching excellence. To Apply: Send application letter, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and graduate school transcripts to: Dr. Jim Watkins, Environmental Studies Search, Box 490350, Berry College, Mt. Berry, GA 30149-0350. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2012, and continue until the position is filled. For more information about the position contact Dean Tom Kennedy at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Berry College is an independent, coeducational college with approximately 2,100 undergraduate and graduate students. The college's mission stresses academic excellence, practical work experience and an interdenominational religion-in-life program. The campus is located adjacent to Rome, GA, in the northwest region of the state. Persons filling out an application for employment with Berry College may be required to submit to a full national background check. Berry is an equal opportunity employer; women and minorities are encouraged to apply. For ADA Accommodations, please contact the ADA Coordinator at VTTY 706-233-4062.
The Department of Psychology (Faculty of Arts) and the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability (Faculty of Science) at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver invite applications for a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Behavioural Sustainability. Details about the CRC program are available at: http://www.chairs-chaires.gc.ca/. We are seeking to hire an individual with an excellent research record skilled at any number of strongly empirical approaches including but not limited to experimental design, survey techniques, use of observational and natural laboratories, analysis of large data sets, biological and/or neuroscience approaches, agent-based or other computational modeling, simulation design and testing. The successful candidate will be jointly appointed in both units, at the rank appropriate to their level of experience, either Assistant or Associate Professor. For information about our research programs, please visit: http://www.psych.ubc.ca/ and http://www.ires.ubc.ca/.
The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) of Columbia University seeks applicants for a Lamont Assistant Research Professor (LARP) position in the field of paleoclimatology. Preference will be given to applicants who have strong analytical and field skills, particularly in emerging methods in paleoclimatology and biogeochemistry and who have demonstrated experience in planning and implementing peatland sediment coring and ecological sample collection expeditions, and to candidates with a strong background in peatland hydrology and ecology, stable isotope geochemistry, organic geochemistry, terrestrial carbon cycling in the arctic and subarctic, and Holocene paleoclimate.
The Department of Atmospheric Sciences at Texas A&M University is seeking applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level in the field of weather analysis and forecasting. Candidates are sought with research expertise in one or more of the following areas: synoptic meteorology, mesoscale meteorology, and forecasting techniques. Candidates focusing on severe weather (e.g., tropical cyclones, tornadoes, or extreme precipitation events) are of particular interest. A Ph.D. in atmospheric sciences or a related field is required at the time of appointment. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain a prominent research program and to teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Department of Atmospheric Sciences is one of the largest such departments in the world, offering degree programs at all levels and research activities across the full spectrum of atmospheric sciences. Resources available for teaching and research include the Aggie Doppler radar, the NLDN and Houston LMA lighting detection networks, a portable radiosonde system, and access to the truck-mounted SMART-Radar, as well as the TAMU Supercomputing Center.
Faculty Position in Systematic Ichthyology: The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) and the Biodiversity Institute (BI) at the University of Kansas invite applications for a tenure-track joint position as Assistant Professor (50%) and Assistant Curator (50%) that focuses on the systematics, biodiversity, and evolutionary biology of fishes. Appointment is expected to begin as early as August 18, 2013. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain an externally funded research program, teach courses in ichthyology and other areas of specialization, and build and steward the BI's ichthyological collections. Ideally, the candidate's research program will utilize novel experimental or analytical methods, complement existing research strengths in EEB and the BI, and contribute to the climate of diversity in the College, including a diversity of scholarly approaches. Applicants currently ABD will be considered, but a Ph.D. in an appropriate discipline is expected by the start date of appointment. Apply online at https://jobs.ku.edu/ (search for position #00001679) and submit the following documents: (1) curriculum vitae; (2) statement of research interests and future directions; (3) statement of teaching philosophy, experience, and interests; (4) statement of curatorial and data-management philosophy, experience, and interests; (5) PDF copies of three selected publications/manuscripts; and (6) a list of three references. In addition, three letters of recommendation should be submitted as PDF attachments to:email@example.com (Dorothy Johanning). For more information visit http://www2.ku.edu/~eeb/orhttp://biodiversity.ku.edu/. The University of Kansas is especially interested in hiring faculty members who can contribute to four key campus-wide strategic initiatives: (1) Sustaining the Planet, Powering the World; (2) Promoting Well-Being, Finding Cures; (3) Building Communities, Expanding Opportunities; and (4) Harnessing Information, Multiplying Knowledge. For more information, see http://www.provost.ku.edu/planning/themes. Initial review of applications will begin October 22, 2012 and continues as long as needed to identify a qualified pool. Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology: Faculty Position in Sustainable Food Systems
The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) at the University of Michigan (UM) seeks applicants for a full-time, nine-month faculty position in sustainable food systems. We seek applicants working in ecological or evolutionary aspects of the food system, from domestication to production to consumption.
School of Natural Resources: Faculty Position in Sustainable Food Systems
The School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) at the University of Michigan (UM) seeks applicants for a full-time, nine-month faculty position in sustainable food systems. The position will focus broadly on sustainability aspects of the food system with a natural science or environmental science emphasis.
School of Public Health: Assistant Professor Faculty Position with Focus on Sustainable Food Systems
The School of Public Health at the University of Michigan seeks candidates for the position of Assistant Professor. The start date for this tenure-track position is September 1, 2013. We are looking for applicants with expertise in sustainable food systems in relation to the environment, human health and equity.
The University of Wyoming Department of Ecosystem Science & Management seeks a highly qualified soil chemist for a nine-month tenure-track faculty position. The position includes 45% teaching, 45% research, and 10% service. The minimum qualification is an earned PhD in soil chemistry or a closely related field by the time of appointment. Preferred qualifications include experience that demonstrates ability to publish in peer-reviewed journals, to obtain external funding, and to teach appropriate courses. Research may include water quality, nutrient cycling, contaminant behavior, basic organic or inorganic chemistry of soils, or salinity/sodicity issues associated with wildland or agronomic ecosystems, emphasizing soil remediation or reclamation of disturbed environments. Teaching will include undergraduate/graduate Environmental Soil Chemistry (3 credits) and the associated Soil Chemistry Laboratory (2 credits), plus other courses related to the successful candidate's expertise. Advising graduate and undergraduate students is expected. Service responsibilities include participation and leadership in university, state, and professional society activities. The position includes highly competitive compensation and startup packages as well as access to state-of-the-art analytical facilities at the University of Wyoming, such as the Stable Isotope Facility, the Geochemistry Analytical Laboratory, the Environmental Simulation Laboratory, and the Robert A. Jenkins Microscopy Facility.
Sedimentary Processes: This is a tenure-track position expected to be made at the Assistant Professor level. Areas of expertise might include (but are not limited to): basin analysis, reflection seismology, sediment transport, and biogeochemical processes in sedimentary systems. The successful candidate will be expected to develop a vigorous externally funded research program integrated with excellence in teaching within the geological sciences and environmental geoscience curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including teaching courses in Sedimentology and Stratigraphy for majors.
Global Change Scientist/Environmental Biogeochemist: Areas of expertise might include (but are not limited to): elemental cycling and associated climate feedbacks, organic geochemistry of marine, freshwater and soil environments, and coupled hydrogeomorphic-ecosystem response to natural and human-caused change and disturbance. The successful candidate will be expected to develop a vigorous externally funded research program integrated with excellence in teaching within the earth and environmental geoscience curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including teaching introductory courses in climate change, and upper level electives in the area of the successful candidate's expertise. Applicants at all experience levels will be considered. A successful candidate at the associate or full professor level will be expected to participate in development of interdisciplinary environmental programs.
The Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Missouri invites applications for a tenure-track, Assistant Professor position beginning August 2013 in the broadly defined area of sedimentology and sedimentary processes. The successful candidate’s research will ideally complement and expand upon departmental expertise. We seek an individual who will contribute to interdisciplinary studies of sedimentary systems on a variety of time scales with possible emphasis on sedimentary geochemistry, diagenesis in carbonates and/or siliciclastic rocks, biological patterns in the rock record, evolution of terrestrial and/or marine depositional systems, or tectonic and climate forcing recorded in sedimentary rocks.
Completion of the PhD at the time of appointment is required. Applicants should be prepared to prove eligibility to work in the United States. The successful applicant will be expected to teach across the curriculum, i.e., introductory classes, advanced undergraduate courses, and graduate courses in his/her area of expertise. The applicant will also be expected to develop an active, externally funded research program and to direct graduate student research at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and University of Arizona (UA) wish to hire an Assistant Unit Leader in the Arizona Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit (AZCFWRU). This is a year around (12 month) permanent Federal position with the USGS at the AZCFWRU in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, UA (starting at the GS 12 level). The Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Program was established in 1935 to facilitate cooperation between the Department of the Interior, land grant universities, the Wildlife Management Institute, and state natural resource agencies to conduct research and graduate education related to ecosystems, and fish, wildlife, and their habitats that are of interest to the university and state and federal agencies. Unit scientists have full faculty appointments at UA. The UA, located in Tucson, provides world class research and teaching opportunities, and offers natural resource professionals close access to a wide variety of ecosystems including lowland deserts, riparian systems, grasslands, oak woodlands, chaparral, juniper-pinyon forests, spruce-fir forests, and mountain-top tundra.
Responsibilities: The Assistant Unit Leader plans, conducts, and directs research and graduate training; develops an extramurally funded research program; fosters a productive relationship with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, UA, and federal natural resource agencies; prepares scientific reports for publication in peer-reviewed journals and for presentation to scientific and conservation organizations; acts as an advisor to graduate students; and teaches one graduate level course per year in the area of his/her expertise.
The University of Colorado seeks candidates for a position of assistant professor with expertise in quantitative environmental social science. We seek candidates with research focused broadly on the well-being and sustainability of human populations and/or the sustainable use and maintenance of ecological communities. The topical research focus areas for this position are broad and could include (but are not limited to) valuation of ecosystem services, natural resource governance, food security, and environmental health and justice issues. Candidates should have experience with quantitative social science research methodologies and a clear research plan to continue or expand these efforts at CU Boulder. Candidates from Sociology, Political Science, Geography, Economics, Anthropology, Public Affairs, Health Sciences, and related fields are encouraged to apply.
The candidate will have a primary appointment in the Environmental Studies program (ENVS) at CU-Boulder. The ENVS program is a dynamic, internationally recognized program with over 25 faculty, 55 graduate students, and over 1000 undergraduate majors (http://envs.colorado.edu/about/).
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics is seeking an Assistant Professor in Natural Resource Economics. The successful applicant will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in natural resource economics, quantitative methods, and economic theory. The individual will also advise graduate students, conduct applied research and contribute to interdisciplinary efforts related to natural resource issues in Colorado. The incumbent will contribute resource economic analysis to the CSU College of Agricultural Sciences’ Strategic Initiatives. Publication in highly ranked refereed journals and other outlets, securing external funding, and service to the University, profession, and society are expected. Prior to the tenure decision, the incumbent will develop and lead a widely recognized applied research program on issues of importance to Colorado and the profession. The initial appointment will have responsibilities weighted approximately 40% teaching, 50% research, and 10% service.
Assistant Professor in Geology and Geophysics - Hydrogeology
We seek a field-based hydrogeologist whose interests complement existing departmental strengths, including laboratory and theoretical studies, fluvial geomorphology, fractured reservoirs, rock physics, and isotope and environmental geochemistry. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain a vigorous, externally-funded research program, and teach introductory geology and graduate-level courses in specialized topics.
Assistant Professor in Geology and Geophysics - Reflection Seismology
The successful candidate will establish an active, innovative externally funded research program that emphasizes the use of geophysical techniques interpreting subsurface geology. Preference will be given to applicants whose interests complement current departmental strengths in petroleum geology and geophysics, sedimentology, stratigraphy, and structural geology. The successful candidate will be expected to teach effectively at the undergraduate and graduate levels in their specialty, including classes in the Petroleum Certificate curriculum and to supervise undergraduate, M.S. and Ph.D. research, including students who are interested in pursuing careers in the petroleum industry.
Assistant Professor in Geology and Geophysics - Rock Mechanics/Rheology/Structure
The successful applicant will establish an active research program in the Department Geology and Geophysics and the Center for Tectonophysics. We are particularly interested in individuals who creatively combine experimental rock mechanics with observational or theoretical approaches in conducting research that is important and timely. Preference will be given to applicants whose interests complement and broaden our existing strengths in poromechanics, fracture and earthquake physics, rheology of the crust and uppermost mantle, and multidisciplinary studies of natural and engineered subsurface systems.
Assistant Professor in Geology and Geophysics - Sedimentology/Stratigraphy
The successful candidate will be expected to initiate and maintain a vigorous, externally-funded research program that could include sequence stratigraphy, the sedimentary record of long-term climate change, depositional processes, diagenesis, or any related area of study. In addition, the candidate will be expected to teach effectively at the undergraduate and graduate levels in his or her specialty and to supervise undergraduate, M.S., and Ph.D. research.
Marquette University, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in environmental and water resources engineering or science to start August, 2013. This is expected to be at the assistant professor level; however, exceptional candidates for higher ranks will also be considered. Candidates in the areas of water quality modeling and management will be considered, with emphasis in engineering, environmental science, hydrology, geohydrology, watershed ecology and/or sustainability. Marquette's Engineering College is currently undergoing a transformation with the construction of a new building housing research groups in Environmental and water Resources Engineering, the Water Quality Center, Nano Devices and other areas. The College is a member of the National Science Foundation Industry/University Collaborative Research Center on Water Equipment and Policy. Opportunities to collaborate with these and other groups exist. The College is the largest Catholic, Jesuit engineering college in the nation, with over 1,100 undergraduate and 300 graduate students. The Marquette campus is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on the shore of Lake Michigan, in a region with over 2 million people.
**This position is located at the United States Fish and Wildlife Service's Conservation Genetics Lab in Warm Springs, GA.**
**This is a one year limited term appointment. Continuation of employment is contingent on availability of funding.**
The Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures of the College of Agriculture at Auburn University is seeking candidates for the position of Research Fellow. The successful candidate in this position is expected to develop methods and protocols for the environmental DNA detection of aquatic invasive species in the southeastern United States. Essential functions include, but not limited to: DNA extraction and quantification, PCR and qPCR, and mtDNA sequencing, statistical design and care for aquarium and pond trials, collection of eDNA water samples, data analysis of genetic data, report writing, and presentation of findings at professional meetings.
The minimum qualifications are a PhD from an accredited institution in Biology or related field with an emphasis in conservation genetics or molecular ecology. Excellent interpersonal communication skills are required. Candidate selected for this position must be able to meet eligibility requirements for work in the United States by the start date and continue working legally for the proposed term of employment. Please attach a cover letter and resume to the on-line application. Only COMPLETE applications will be selected for consideration of the position.
The U.S. Geological Survey, Southwest Biological Science Center, anticipates recruiting a postdoctoral scientist to conduct research assessing the relationship between soil water availability and long-term vegetation dynamics. This position will utilize ecological simulation models to quantify soil water balance and apply the results to understand changes in plant community composition, structure and function. This work will capitalize on a network of existing vegetation monitoring sites with a rich suite of existing detailed field measurements in arid and semiarid ecosystems throughout the southwest U.S. This position will be located in Flagstaff, Arizona, on the campus of Northern Arizona University, and the postdoctoral scientist will work closely with researchers in Denver, CO and Moab, UT.
The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in biology, ecology, ecosystem ecology, soil science, hydrology, or a closely related field, as well as a strong work ethic, demonstrated quantitative capabilities, a record of publication and leadership, and a proven ability to work independently. A strong quantitative and programming background, experience with ecological simulation models, and familiarity with R, are very strongly desired.
Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) - University of Colorado Boulder and the Western Water Assessment (WWA) Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments Program (USA)
The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at the University of Colorado Boulder and the Western Water Assessment (WWA) Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments Program (RISA) invites applications for a Research Associate (Postdoctoral researcher) to lead an effort to translate climate science into conservation decision-making and to evaluate use of climate information by land managers. This position is part of a project entitled "Building Climate Science into Land and Water Conservation Planning and Decision-Making in the American Southwest," a collaborative effort with the Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) RISA at the University of Arizona, and The Nature Conservancy.
The successful applicant will analyze general circulation model (GCM) and downscaled output in order to help apply relevant climate projection information to habitat and species conservation planning. Experience accessing, manipulating, and analyzing GCM output is required, along with at least some familiarity with downscaling methodologies.
BASIC JOB FUNCTION: Engages in original individual and group research, developing and employing data assimilation techniques to analyze and integrate atmospheric observations, particularly from satellite experiments, within Earth system models in NESL/ACD and CISL/IMAGe. Works on the development of frameworks for integrating models and observations for “chemical weather” prediction and observation system simulation experiments (OSSEs).
Conducts original research into data assimilation techniques for integrating atmospheric composition observations in Earth system models.
Collaborates in the development of a modeling framework for the prediction of “chemical weather” on both global and local scales. This will employ techniques of data assimilation utilizing a broad range of atmospheric observations.
Collaborates in the development of future satellite remote sensing mission concepts for tropospheric air quality science and develop methodologies for performing chemical observation system simulation experiments (OSSEs).
Communicates the results of the research through publication in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, meeting proceedings, presentations at scientific meetings and contributions to scientific assessments.
Will work safely in accordance with ACD and NESL procedures, the Employee Safety Handbook and the UCAR Safety Manual. Will report injuries and unsafe conditions to supervisor and the Safety Office.
The Vanderbilt Institute for Energy and the Environment (VIEE) and the Vanderbilt Climate Change Research Network (CCRN) are pleased to invite applications from qualified candidates for two postdoctoral fellowship positions: one in environmental social science and a second in energy and environmental systems. Both positions are for one year, with the possibility of an additional one year extension contingent on performance and funding. The appointments may be made as early as the Spring semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. Additional details about each of the two positions are offered below.
The Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track/tenured faculty positions at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The positions are nine-month academic appointments available as of January 1, 2013. Research emphases for these positions include integrated climate response modeling and statistical analysis. Candidates must demonstrate experience in modeling expected outcomes from either: stochastic systems modeling which integrates field data from ecologists, social scientists and geographers or related disciplines with climate information as outcome distributions; or, deterministic modeling which examines multi-parameterized data providing an overview of large scale changes on the scale of ecosystems or watersheds. Please view the document below for the full details on the job opportunity.
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