We seek candidates for a Research Associate ("postdoctoral researcher") position assessing impacts of nitrogen deposition on terrestrial ecosystems and plant diversity across large spatial gradients. The position is associated with a synthesis effort funded by the EPA and USGS Powell Center, and will be based at the University of Colorado. The position will run for 2 years, with the possibility of a 3rd year
Successful candidates must have a PhD, expertise in vegetation dynamics, including physical and biotic environmental influences on community composition, and an understanding of how nitrogen deposition affects plant diversity and soil biogeochemistry. Skills required for the position include:
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Applications should be submitted by September 21st. For additional information please contact Bill Bowman (William.Bowman@colorado.edu), Chris Clark (Clark.Christopher@epamail.epa.gov), or Edie Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
William D. Bowman
Professor, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Director, Mountain Research Station, INSTAAR
Editor, Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80301, USA