[ES_JOBS_NET] Fwd: Listserve - CZEN: Post-Doctoral Research opportunity to work on carbon and energy fluxes in the Reynolds Creek CZO

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Thu May 22 05:14:10 MDT 2014

The USDA Agricultural Research Service Northwest Watershed Research Center
seeking to fill a 3-year post-doctoral research position to quantify net
carbon flux and surface energy balance using eddy covariance systems as part
of the Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory (RC CZO), one of four new
CZO's funded by NSF.  The incumbent will work with a team of scientists from
USDA-ARS, Idaho State University, and Boise State University to determine
relationships between surface fluxes, soil carbon storage, and the
from soil inorganic carbon (SIC) to soil organic carbon (SOC) along a
precipitation/elevation gradient.  The incumbent will be responsible for
collecting, processing, and analyzing energy and carbon flux data from five
eddy covariance systems to characterize surface energy fluxes, carbon fluxes
and net ecosystem exchange (NEE) across the SOC to SIC transition. The
incumbent will analyze historic data to assess pre- and post-fire surface
fluxes and will collaborate with team members to quantify soil carbon fluxes
and to develop and test models relating soil carbon processes with the soil

This will be a 3-year post-doctoral position located at the USDA ARS in
Boise, Idaho.  Citizenship requirements apply. Interested individuals should
contact Dr. Gerald Flerchinger
(208-422-0716, gerald.flerchinger at ars.usda.gov
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