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Multiple positions at LMU Munich

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No deadline Last updated 3 months ago Submitted by Ritvik Shukla

LMU Munich is seeking to fill several exciting positions around Earth system modeling and land use. See here (or below) for further details and https://www.geographie.uni-muenchen.de/department/fiona_eng/department/geographie/index.html for general information on our group.

Expired Last updated 4 months ago Submitted by Ritvik Shukla

Delft University of Technology is looking for a PhD candidate with a strong quantitative background; please see the description below. The deadline for applications is 28 February 2024

The University of Idaho CRC invites applications for a Post Doctoral Scientist for interdisciplinary research related to human adaptation to, and perceptions of, climate change. The successful candidate will be part of an interdisciplinary team of social, environmental, and computational scientists, and stakeholders, on a NSF funded 4-year project focused on Local and Place Based Adaptation to Climate Change in Underserved Rural Communities.

Expired Last updated 9 months ago Submitted by Patrick Zollner

This person will help design, develop, communicate and apply bird sub-models of an Agent Based Model to simulate effects of interacting stressors on least bells vireos (an endangered bird species found in southern California). This video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0DQPcSk-Qg) provides a 1/2 hour project summary. Ideal candidates will be familiar with ABM and have strong scientific writing skills. Questions can be directed to Dr. Pat Zollner.

Expired Last updated 1 year ago Submitted by Allen Lee

Seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher, specializing on climate and environmental data science, to support development of innovative and high-quality analytical solutions to help understand climate impacts, crop and location-specific risks and adaptation options, and inform relevant investments in sustainable agriculture and climate adaptation.

Expired Last updated 1 year ago Submitted by Irene Perez Ibarra

We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher to lead a participatory modelling study that analyses the vulnerability of Spanish rural communities to the compounded effects of climate change, depopulation and agricultural trade, and explores the feasibility and effectiveness of vulnerability mitigation policies.

Deadline: 31th of January

Expired Last updated 1 year ago Submitted by Patrick Zollner

This postdoc will help design, develop and apply an Agent Based Model simulating the effects of stressors on least bells vireos (an endangered bird species found in southern California). A project overview can be found here (https://serdp-estcp.org/projects/details/89fdcf5b-0c44-41f9-af97-fd1d45908863/rc22-3216-project-overview) and this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0DQPcSk-Qg) provides a 1/2 hour project summary. Questions can be directed to Dr. Pat Zollner using [email protected].

Expired Last updated 1 year ago Submitted by Patrick Zollner

This postdoc will help design, develop and apply an Agent Based Model simulating the effects of stressors on least bells vireos (an endangered bird species found in southern California). A project overview can be found here (https://serdp-estcp.org/projects/details/89fdcf5b-0c44-41f9-af97-fd1d45908863/rc22-3216-project-overview) and this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0DQPcSk-Qg) provides a 1/2 hour project summary. Questions can be directed to Dr. Pat Zollner using [email protected].

Expired Last updated 2 years ago Submitted by Patrick Zollner

A Post-Doctoral Schloar position is available in Dr. Pat Zollner’s lab in the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources at Purdue University. The PhD student will work collaboratively with a PhD student, project Co-PIs, and stakeholders to develop an Agent Based Model to understand how multiple stressors and interactions between those stressors as well as management scenarios impact populations of Least Bell’s Vireo in Southern California.

Expired Last updated 2 years ago Submitted by Patrick Zollner

A PhD position is available in Dr. Pat Zollner’s lab in the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources at Purdue University. The PhD student will work collaboratively with a post doc, project Co-PIs, and stakeholders to develop an Agent Based Model to understand how multiple stressors and interactions between those stressors as well as management scenarios impact populations of Least Bell’s Vireo in Southern California.

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