[ES_JOBS_NET] EPA federal postdoc: Climate Change Impacts on Air Pollution Exposure

Nolte, Chris Nolte.Chris at epa.gov
Tue Dec 22 07:31:13 MST 2015

Please forward to any interested and qualified applicants.

The US Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Research and Development has just advertised a new EPA postdoctoral position.  The application period closes 29 January 2016.

Climate change has the potential to impact air quality resulting in important consequences for human health. Climate change will likely have a disproportionate effect on particular geographic locations, communities, and demographic groups. Air pollution exposure patterns in the future will differ from current exposure patterns due to a number of factors including changes in temperature, ambient air pollutant concentrations, population distribution, housing and land use, and human activity patterns. Research is needed to explore the various factors that may contribute to altered air pollutant exposure patterns due to climate change in support of the Air, Climate, and Energy (ACE) program. This project will examine the effects of climate change on extreme events (e.g., stagnation events, wildfires) that impact air quality as well as the effects of climate change on human or population behaviors that impact exposure. These outcomes can then be used to quantify the health impacts of climate change that result from changes in air pollution exposures.

More information about this position is given here: http://cfpub.epa.gov/ordpd/PostDoc_Position.cfm?pos_id=918.
General information on the EPA's postdoctoral program is available at http://cfpub.epa.gov/ordpd/index.cfm
Application information specific to the National Exposure Research Laboratory is here: http://cfpub.epa.gov/ordpd/index.cfm.

Chris Nolte, Ph.D. | Research Physical Scientist
US EPA Office of Research and Development
National Exposure Research Laboratory
109 T.W. Alexander Drive E243-01 | RTP, NC 27711
nolte.chris at epa.gov<mailto:nolte.chris at epa.gov> | 919-541-2652

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