Post-doc: Climate change and biodiversity in an agricultural landscape
A postdoctoral position is available to join an interdisciplinary team to study agricultural responses and potential adaptation strategies to climate change, with emphasis on cropland and wildland biodiversity, crop productivity, nutrient cycling, water use, and public policy and planning. The postdoc will work with a diverse group of faculty in biophysical and socioeconomic disciplines at the
They are seeking an individual who has expertise in at least two of the following areas, and a desire to engage in cross-disciplinary analyses: landscape ecology, agroecology, soil science, hydrology, geography, economics, and community development. The ideal candidate would have some expertise in GIS and simulation modeling. Good writing skills are essential. The position is immediately available.