The Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences of Leipzig University seeks to fill a professorship position in Water Management and Climate Adaptation. The application deadline is 22 April 2022.
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1/ A funded PhD is available at Queensland University of Technology studying the relationship between vegetation, bushfires and buildings. You’d be using drones and 3D models, and working in a team to create highly impactful outcomes. Please contact Grant Hamilton email@example.com for details.
2/ PhD opportunity is available for a collaborative project between Auckland Bioengineering Institute and DairyNZ and will involve working with and improving the existing cow model, Molly. Molly is a key component in the DairyNZ toolbox used to design sustainable dairy systems for the future. It means that the suitable candidate will have excellent employment opportunities in NZ as post-doc scientist after the PhD.
The German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-JenaLeipzig is establishing a Senior Scientist Programme for highly-qualified
scientists, who already have research experience (from any discipline),
though are not professors or junior group leaders, and who
- will significantly advance iDiv’s integrative biodiversity research
- pursue their research agenda, as documented by first- and seniorauthored publications, and
- have experience in externally funded research projects and
successfully supervising early-career researchers.
The Senior Scientist Programme includes method-oriented researchers
(“iDiv advancers”) and question-oriented researchers (“iDiv fellows”).
As the Quantitative Vegetation Ecologist, you will join the Adaptive Ecosystem Management team within CSIRO’s Land and Water business unit. This team is primarily based in Perth and Canberra, and you will interact with other teams within CSIRO who are geographically dispersed throughout Australia.
You will contribute initially to a range of current projects with large government and private sector clients, integrating existing contemporary data streams and ecological knowledge to model potential for a carbon methodology to achieve carbon, biodiversity and Indigenous livelihood benefits; and analysing long-term monitoring data to evaluate ecological outcomes of environmental stewardship interventions. You will identify and develop relevant research projects with industry and government in Western Australia and nationally, with a strong customer and impact focus. You will have a track record in demonstrating a considerable degree of originality, creativity and innovation in solving problems and introducing new directions and approaches.
The ANU is seeking a PhD candidate to work on testing for runoff non-recovery in ACT catchments, understanding potential mechanisms behind non-recovery, and incorporating non-recovery into catchment models. The student will be the primary person responsible for carrying out the work of the project. The student will work closely with researchers from across ANU at the Institute for Water Futures, with contacts at Icon Water, and with external experts such as Dr Tim Peterson at Monash University.
|Post-doctoral program for young scientists|
The aim of the program is to give creative young scientists the opportunity to develop their own research project in one of the ISblue laboratories (Western Brittany, France).
ISblue themes range from the coastal environment to the deep sea, bringing together research in all disciplines: ocean and geosciences, ecosystems, new technologies for observation, and the human societies living near the sea.
Fellows are appointed for two years.Funding includes salary and support for travel or small equipment and supplies.
Four fellowships will be awarded in 2022.
Deadline for applications: Sunday April 30th, 2022
Position Summary + Key Responsibility:
The Marine Affairs Program at Dalhousie University, in partnership with the Nippon Foundation Ocean Nexus Center at the University of Washington, are hiring a Postdoctoral Research Fellow (PDRF) for a project aiming to evaluate economic security outcomes of public social safety measures in coastal and fishing communities and explore what policy solutions would best support marginalized and underserved populations of the seafood sector.
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