|From||"Evans, Stuart" <email@example.com>|
|Date||Fri, 9 Aug 2019 01:53:23 +0000|
Postdoctoral Associate position on land/atmosphere interactions and the role of atmospheric dust in climate with Prof. Stuart Evans at the University at Buffalo
The Department of Geography, within the College of Arts and Sciences at the University at Buffalo, invites applications for a postdoctoral scholar to investigate the roles that aeolian dust, the land surface, and vegetation play in determining both regional and global climate. The importance of the land surface to the atmosphere is a rapidly growing field of climate research, particularly the role of dust in energy balance, cloud formation, and biogeochemistry. The specific research direction will be developed based on the skills and interest of the applicant but will generally be targeted toward understanding the role of dust in a changing climate, feedbacks between dust, drought, and vegetation, and understanding sources of dust emission and deposition variability at various timescales.
Duration and funding
Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit applications by September 1, 2019 for priority review. This temporary, 12 month position carries an initial appointment for one-year with potential for renewal (maximum of 2 years total) based on performance. Salary range is $46,000 - $48,000.
The position is affiliated with the Geography Department at the University at Buffalo. UB is an R1 university, the flagship of the SUNY system, and features a large supercomputing facility available to its researchers. Buffalo is an affordable city offering a high quality of life. Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Buffalo is 30 minutes from Niagara Falls and two hours from Toronto and the Finger Lakes.
Required application materials are a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three professional references. Candidates may also submit one recent peer-reviewed journal article.
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