[ES_JOBS_NET] Post-doc, Landscape Flux Group, University of Arkansas

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Mon Nov 3 15:26:26 MST 2014

I'm happily posting for a post-doctoral researcher position (one year) in
the field of landscape flux measurements (eddy covariance, other gas
exchange or hydrological methods) in wetland ecosystems.  The formal
position description is below; I also have information on my website:

I'd appreciate your assistance in passing this position to talented
researchers with, or about to have, a PhD.  Ideally the position would
start Jan 1, 2015, though this is flexible.

Best wishes,
Ben Runkle (brrunkle at uark.edu)
University of Arkansas - Fayetteville

Job Number:     0603350
Job Title:    Post-Doctoral Fellow

Department:    Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Location:    The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, is located in the
Ozarks of northwestern Arkansas, which is a beautiful place to live and
work, with numerous recreational opportunities nearby.

Salary:    $40,000

Description:    Research projects will be based in agriculturally-affected
wetlands in Arkansas and/or low-lying permafrost tundra wetlands in the
Arctic. Both projects will use flux budgeting methods to understand the
landscape's ecological and hydrological functioning. This research will
connect between site dynamics and climate drivers with the goal of creating
simplified process representations used at the scale of the global climate
model. Improving the methodology of flux data processing or partitioning.

Considerable irregularity of hours because of frequent overtime, weekend,
or shift rotation.

Minimum Requirements:    PhD in related discipline. Experience with any of
the following: wetland ecology, biogeochemistry, biometeorology,
environmental engineering, watershed or surface-water hydrology,
agricultural sciences or engineering.

Preferred Qualifications:    Experience with Matlab or a related language,
as well as experience in gas flux measurements using either chamber-based
or eddy covariance methods.  .

Where To Apply?    For a complete position announcement and information
regarding how to apply, visit jobs.uark.edu (Posting #0603350)

Recruitment Contact Information:
Benjamin R. K. Runkle
Assistant Professor, Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701
ENGR 231
Phone: 479-575-2878
brrunkle at uark.edu
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