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Tenure-Track Position in Climate Change Science Terrestrial Biogeochemistry
 

Summary: Tenure-Track Position in Climate Change Science
Terrestrial Biogeochemistry
Cornell University has recently established a Climate Change Initiative as part of its
Center for a Sustainable Future (CCSF, sustainablefuture.cornell.edu). The Center serves
to focus and integrate the growing interest across departments in sustainability, as well as
to generate real-world impacts. As part of the Climate Change Initiative, the Center is
facilitating the hiring of several faculty members over the next three years in the
biological and physical sciences, social sciences, engineering and humanities.
We are now seeking applications for a tenure track position at the ASSISTANT or
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR rank in climate change science, with a focus on Terrestrial
Biogeochemistry. We seek candidates who link terrestrial processes with climate by
employing theoretical and empirical approaches at the regional to global scale such as
modeling, remote sensing and/or spatial information technologies, data-assimilation, and
spatio-temporal statistics. The position will focus on the interaction of climate-related
terrestrial surface processes with global environmental change. For example, a candidate
may focus on connections between soil- and vegetation-related greenhouse gas emissions
or carbon sequestration with changes in land use, cover and management. This "open
department" search seeks to place outstanding candidates in departments they best match.
Potential home departments are Biological and Environmental Engineering and Crop and
Soil Sciences.

  

Source: Angenent, Lars T. - Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University

 

Collections: Renewable Energy; Engineering