[Grad-postdoc-assn] Land-Atmosphere Earth System Modeling Postdoc

Paula Fisher paulad at ucar.edu
Wed Nov 16 11:30:39 MST 2016


Post Doctoral Fellowship

Land-Atmosphere Earth System Modeling at Cornell University (Ithaca, NY)

The postdoctoral fellowship focuses on fundamental questions regarding the
interaction between the biogeochemistry of the nitrogen cycle and impacts
on climate and air-quality. It addresses how the nitrogen cycle will change
in the future as the climate changes and emissions change.

The successful candidate will work on a collaborative, interdisciplinary
project relevant for predicting human impacts on biogeochemistry and
climate. The research involves simulating various aspects of the nitrogen
cycle and its climate impacts within an Earth System model. The project is
collaborative between the Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Department, the
Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering and the Crop and
Soil Sciences Department at Cornell University with strong collaborative
connections to the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department.

The successful applicant will demonstrate experience with numerical
modeling and will have a record of publications in peer-reviewed
literature. The successful applicant will hold a Ph.D. in atmospheric
science, engineering, environmental biology, ecology or a related field.
Experience with large model simulations is highly desirable, as well as
familiarity with the analysis of large data sets.

Applicants should send an email directly to pgh25 at cornell.edu*.*

Applications will be processed until position is filled. Cornell University
is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and we
strongly encourage applications from women and minorities.

The position is also advertised at this
<https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3rnjpQXaQ4GLU5SSm43V2JTam8/view> link.
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