[pccgrads] Fwd: [Globalchange] FW: Ecosystems Modeling Postdoc Opportunity @ SESYNC

UW Program On Climate Change uwpcc at uw.edu
Tue Oct 8 08:25:18 PDT 2019


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*Subject:* Ecosystems Modeling Postdoc Opportunity @ SESYNC



Dear Colleagues,



Please share among your networks that the National Socio-Environmental
Synthesis Center (SESYNC) in Annapolis, MD, is seeking a postdoctoral
researcher to lead the development of an interdisciplinary research
program. This program will investigate the linkages between biodiversity,
ecosystem function, and ecosystem services, and how we can move towards
integrated modeling of these relationships. The postdoc will lead the
development of an interdisciplinary research program investigating how
biodiversity impacts ecosystem functions, and how such relationships may
vary depending on spatial and temporal scales, locations, types of
biodiversity, and/or ecosystem functions and services.



The postdoctoral researcher would be based at SESYNC but will network with
Bangor University’s Dr. Isabel Rosa and the U.S. Geological Survey’s Sarah
Weiskopf and participants of an interdisciplinary science team
<http://sesync.us/ecomodel> over the next two years.



This position is ideally suited for researchers with interests in combining
large-scale spatial modeling approaches, particularly related to
biodiversity and ecosystem services modeling. The successful candidate will
have the opportunity to lead the research project, coordinate
collaborations, and publish results as lead author.



For best consideration, *please apply by November 1, 2019*:
http://sesync.us/xs6n0

SESYNC is located in Annapolis, Maryland, and is home to approximately 15
postdoctoral researchers studying diverse socio-environmental systems. The
successful candidate will be a full and active member of the SESYNC
Postdoctoral community and will participate in professional development
programs offered. Before applying, applicants are encouraged to learn more
about the SESYNC Postdoctoral program here: http://sesync.us/postdoc2020.



Questions about this position? Please email postdoc.application at sesync.org,
Sarah Weiskopf (sweiskopf at usgs.gov), and Isabel Rosa (i.rosa at bangor.ac.uk).



Thank you,



--

Erin M. Duffy

Research Assistant

University of Maryland

National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC)

(410) 919-9142



www.sesync.org

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