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4 PhD position opening at Helmholtz center for Environmental Research

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The UFZ offers the following 4 PhD positions:

In the framework of the integrated project “Linking catchment scale nutrient export to pelagic, benthic and hyporheic ecosystem functioning across stressor gradients“,

1) Data-driven analysis of nutrient in-stream processing and modelling beyond the river reach scale: https://recruitingapp-5128.de.umantis.com/Vacancies/1247/Description/2

2) Quantification of whole-stream and compartmental nutrient uptake: https://recruitingapp-5128.de.umantis.com/Vacancies/1248/Description/2

3) Biological control of compartmental and whole-stream nutrient uptake: https://recruitingapp-5128.de.umantis.com/Vacancies/1249/Description/2

4) Disentangling the effects of light, nutrients, fine sediment on compartmental and whole-stream nutrient uptake in flume experiments: Continue Reading →

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Postdoc in Microbial Biogeochemistry at GEOMAR

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GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel is a foundation of public law jointly financed by the Federal Republic of Germany (90 %) and the state of Schleswig – Holstein (10 %) and is one of the internationally leading institutions in the field of marin e sciences. Currently GEOMAR disposes over an annual budget of approx. 75 million Euro and has approx. 1000 employees.

The research unit “Biological Oceanography, Microbial Biogeochemistry” of the research division “Marine Biogeochemistry”is offering a Scientific Employee ...

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PhD students or 2 Postdoctoral Associate in Diatom Research

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At the B CUBE Center for Molecular Bioengineering ( TU Dresden , Germany ) in the groups of Prof. Nils Kröger and Dr. Nicole Poulsen  positions for

2 PhD students or 2 Postdoctoral Associate

are available immediately. Subject to personal qualification the successful candidates will be remunerated according to salary group E 13 TV – L 65% (PhD students) or E 13 TV – L (Postdocs). The positions are initially limited for 3 ...

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Post-Doctoral Research Scientist – WATexR (Climate JPI) Project

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Vacancy Area: Scientific and Technical

Location: Marine Institute, Newport, Co. Mayo

Summary of the Role:

The Marine Institute, as partner in the WATexR Partnership, has been awarded funding through the ClimateJPI program ERA4CS which aims to boost the development of efficient Climate Services in Europe by supporting research for developing better tools, methods and standards on how to produce, transfer, communicate and use reliable climate information to cope with current and future climate variability ...

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Postdoctoral and PhD positions on catchment ecology and modelling

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We are seeking highly motivated postdoctoral and PhD researchers to join our research team at
the Institute of Marine Sciences, Middle East Technical University. The researchers will be working
with Dr. Korhan Özkan (www.korhanozkan.org) and Dr. Barış Salihoğlu. Both positions will be
funded from MARMOD Project (Integrated Modelling System for the Marmara Sea) and conduct
research principally on catchment-sea interactions around the Marmara Sea but also on the other
systems (for example Göksu Catchment in Mersin).
The tasks involved in ...

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PhD topic proposal Long- and short term drivers of CO2 in Lake Geneva

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PhD topic proposal

Long- and short term drivers of CO2 in Lake Geneva

Location. Université de Lausanne, Faculté des Géosciences et Sciences de l’Environnement, Switzerland

Specialty. Physical and biogeochemical limnology

Institute. IDYST, Institut de Dynamique des Surfaces Terrestres/ Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics

Supervision. Prof ME Perga (UNIL), Dr D Bouffard (EAWAG)

Funding. SNF funding (CARBOGEN project) for 4 years. The contract implies a 20% teaching duty.

Starting Date: April 1st 2018

Deadline for application. December 21st 2017

Keywords. lake, CO2, metabolism, hydrodynamics, ...

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Post-doc in Ecological Statistics – National Museum of Natural History (France) In french

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In french

Post-doc statistique en écologie : développement et consolidation d’indicateurs issus des programmes de Vigie-Nature

Offre de poste Muséum national d’histoire naturelle

Contexte
Les programmes de sciences participatives de Vigie-Nature, initiés avec le STOC-EPS il y a plus de 30 ans, produisent pour de nombreux taxons des données structurées et issues de plan d’échantillonnage connu, comportant des répliquas spatiaux et temporels (données multi-espèces ; (semi-)quantitatives ; associées à des co-variables de circonstance). Organisées en ...

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PhD thesis “Fluvial meta-ecosystem modeling”

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Fluvial ecosystems are an important element in the global carbon cycle metabolizing large amounts of terrigenous organic matter (tOM). This contributes to CO2 evasion fluxes that are under continuous reevaluation at the global scale. In contrast, research on the underlying processes is concentrated at the local ecosystem scale. This scale-gap seriously hampers process understanding across scales, limits upscaling accuracy, and reduces our scope of reaction strategies. The ERC Starting Grant Project FLUFLUX (“Fluvial Meta-Ecosystem Functioning: Unravelling Regional Ecological ...

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PhD Thesis “Effects of river network fragmentation on ecosystem functioning”

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Fluvial ecosystems are an important element in the global carbon cycle metabolizing large amounts of terrigenous organic matter (tOM). This contributes to CO2 evasion fluxes that are under continuous reevaluation at the global scale. In contrast, research on the underlying processes is concentrated at the local ecosystem scale. This scale-gap seriously hampers process understanding across scales, limits upscaling accuracy, and reduces our scope of reaction strategies. The ERC Starting Grant Project FLUFLUX (“Fluvial Meta-Ecosystem Functioning: Unravelling Regional Ecological ...

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Postdoc position “Biodiversity-ecosystem functioning in river networks”

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Fluvial ecosystems are an important element in the global carbon cycle metabolizing large amounts of terrigenous organic matter (tOM). This contributes to CO2 evasion fluxes that are under continuous reevaluation at the global scale. In contrast, research on the underlying processes is concentrated at the local ecosystem scale. This scale-gap seriously hampers process understanding across scales, limits upscaling accuracy, and reduces our scope of reaction strategies. The ERC Starting Grant Project FLUFLUX (“Fluvial Meta-Ecosystem Functioning: Unravelling ...

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