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[Met-jobs] PhD Research Fellowship in Terrestrial Vegetation Observations and Modelling

From Frode Stordal <frode.stordal@geo.uio.no>
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Cc Bjørg Rognerud <bjorg.rognerud@geo.uio.no>, "Frode Stordal" <frode.stordal@geo.uio.no>
Date Fri, 3 May 2019 06:03:29 +0000

Position as PhD Research Fellowship in Terrestrial Vegetation Observations and 
Modelling is available at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA) in 
collaboration with the University of Oslo (UiO), Department of Geosciences. The 
fellowship period is three years. Tentative starting date 1 September 2019. 
Application deadline: 25 May 2019.05.03. 

For more information and application procedures, please see:
https://www.nina.no/Aktuelt/Nyhetsartikkel/ArticleId/4740/PhD-Research-Fellowship-in-Terrestrial-Vegetation-Observations-and-Modelling

The successful candidate will focus her/his research on the links between 
observed vegetation damage in sub-Arctic regions of Norway and extreme weather 
events, where the latter will be linked to ongoing climate change. She or he 
will actively take part in field work, analyze existing data from previous 
field work and remote sensing analyses and contribute to the development of 
routines for integrating results of the knowledge gained into the Community 
Land Model (CLM) - the land surface model employed in the Norwegian Earth 
System Model (NorESM).

Applicants must hold a Master's degree or equivalent in environmental plant 
biology/ecology, earth system sciences, meteorology, hydrology or a related 
discipline (e.g. in physics or mathematics with experience in the earth 
sciences).



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