[ES_JOBS_NET] postdoctoral researcher, Stanford Environment Assessment Facility
christine.wiedinmyer.ucar at gmail.com
Mon Sep 11 17:23:58 MDT 2017
The Stanford Environment Assessment Facility has an opening for a
postdoctoral researcher. The project is an expert assessment of relocation
in a changing climate. The research will consider the spectrum of migration
and retreat, with particular focus on strategic relocation to manage natural
hazard risk. The scientific outputs will inform adaptation planning and
implementation. Training opportunities also include engagement with
decision-makers, communication of risks and response options, and different
approaches to adaptation decision support.
The person who fills this position can be an expert in any topic related to
the work. Minimum educational qualification is a PhD in a relevant field.
Required Application Materials:
Cover letter, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three
Faculty Sponsor (Last, First Name):
Other Mentor(s) if Applicable:
Katharine Mach (senior research scientist, Earth System Science; director,
Stanford Environment Assessment Facility)
Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Postdoc Appointment Term:
Position is for one year with renewal possible
Appointment Start Date:
Group or Departmental Website:
How to Submit Application Materials:
Please submit the application materials via email to Katharine Mach
(mach at stanford.edu) and Chris Field (cfield at stanford.edu).
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