|From||René Orth <email@example.com>|
|Date||Fri, 19 Jan 2018 16:11:45 +0100|
Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany
POSTDOC POSITION ON HYDROLOGY-VEGETATION-SOCIETY COUPLING
The new Emmy Noether group on Hydrology-Climate-Biosphere Interactions
at the Department of Biogeochemical Integration is searching for
a highly motivated PostDoc.
We seek a motivated PostDoc to analyze hydrological impacts
on vegetation and society to derive guidance to agricultural and
water resources management.
Specifically, the research goals comprise (1) to test how hydrological forecasts can improve
irrigation management, (2) to analyze hydrological long-term trends in past and present
time periods to guide long-term adaptation measures, and (3) to investigate magnitude-frequency
patterns of extreme events such as droughts and floods and to relate them to actual observed
(monetary) damages. Further, the significance of climate and societal changes for these topics
will be analyzed. While the PostDoc should contribute to the project there is some flexibility in
terms of topics and approaches; he/she is expected to contribute own ideas.
The position is offered for an initial period of 2 years starting from spring 2018:
Please send your application (or any questions) to firstname.lastname@example.org !
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