Postdoctoral Opportunity in Global Change Ecology ~

6 de noviembre de 2007

Postdoctoral Opportunity in Global Change Ecology

Position number 4834

The University of Wyoming Department of Renewable Resources is soliciting applications for a
full-time postdoctoral research associate to conduct research on the responses of northern
mixed-grass prairie to global change. The research scientist will lead studies on ecosystem carbon
and water cycle processes in the Prairie Heating and CO2 Enrichment (PHACE) experiment
( now underway at the High Plains Grasslands Research Station near Laramie,
Wyoming. The scientist will have access to the University of Wyoming Stable Isotope Facility
( and opportunities to collaborate with a diverse group of researchers
at UW and the USDA Agricultural Research Service in Fort Collins, Colorado. A PhD in ecology,
hydrology, soil science, biogeochemistry or closely related field at the time of appointment is
required. Familiarity with stable isotope approaches, gas exchange measurements and ecosystem
modeling is desired. The position will be available February 1, 2008 and will offer a generous
salary and benefits. Applications will be reviewed beginning December 15, 2007 and until the
position is filled. To apply, please send a current CV, contact information for three references, and
a brief description of research interests to Dr. David Williams ( The University of
Wyoming is a Carnegie Foundation Research/Doctoral Extensive Institution, and adheres to the
principles of equal employment opportunity and diversity and welcomes applications from
qualified individuals, independent of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age,
veteran status, sexual orientation or political belief. We welcome applications from diverse groups,
including women and people of color, and international candidates.

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