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Vacancies 22 March 2023

Scientist in Ecohydrological Modelling, Germany
IGB in Berlin, Germany seeks a highly motivated Scientist in Ecohydrological Modelling (21 months, 100%) to join their group on “Ecohydrological Modelling and Hydrological Change”.
The  group aims at a process-based understanding of ecohydrological systems in a changing climate by integrating state-of-the-art ecohydrological modelling and data-based analyses. The focus of the advertised position is on model implementation across multiple catchments, assessing and improving model performance using in-situ and satellite-derived data and model analysis aiming at better understanding climate-induced hydrological changes (e.g., linkage between changes in snow cover and evapotranspiration, effects of an increased frequency of warm-dry periods or feedbacks with changes in vegetation).  The ideal candidate should be experienced in combining process-based understanding with strong numerical modelling skills.
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Phd opportunity in soil modeling, Penn State University, USA
Looking for a PhD student to work on a USDA-NIFA funded grant on estimating agrohydrological impacts of soil organic carbon change across aridity regimes. Start date preferably Fall 2023. Preferred background in engineering and ag. Skilled in data wrangling and handling large observational and modeled datasets. Student will major in Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Penn State 
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Postdoc position, Dartmouth College
The Hicks Pries Lab is seeking a postdoctoral researcher who will help establish a novel winter climate change experiment that investigates the effect of snowmelt on soil climate and biogeochemistry.
This position is part of an NSF-funded project investigating the role of a less persistent snowpack on soil climate and its implications for redox and biogeochemical fluxes, including greenhouse gas production (CO2, N2O, CH4) and the leaching of carbon, nutrients, and metals through the soil profile. See link for details 
Postdoc position, Colorado State University
We are inviting applications to work with the Hurrell and Mueller research teams to conduct independent and collaborative research in the interdisciplinary area of how climate variability and change impact agricultural systems, including proposed climate intervention strategies. This will include observational analyses and modeling studies assessing the future risks, and how those risks might be impacted by proposed climate intervention strategies. The postdoctoral scientist will also interact with and support graduate students and early career researchers, especially from the Hurrell and Mueller groups. The position will help define the research and development direction of the Hurrell and Mueller research groups in climate-agriculture interactions, as well as participate in other interdisciplinary opportunities across and beyond the CSU campus. Deadline march 27, see link for details


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