Biogeochemistry, ecosystems, and climate research at Princeton University
We invite applications for several postdoctoral or more experienced
researcher positions involving model and data based studies of ocean,
atmosphere, and terrestrial biogeochemical cycles with relevance to the
carbon cycle, climate change, and the response of ocean life to climate
change. Areas of particular interest include but are not limited to:
Southern Ocean processes; use of observations and models to infer the
spatial and temporal distribution of carbon sources and sinks; applications
of satellite observations; and response of ocean biology to global warming,
including fisheries. The successful candidates will join a vigorous
interdisciplinary research group and will be able to take advantage of a
wide range of related research at Princeton University and GFDL/NOAA.
Applicants are asked to send vitae, a statement of research experience and
interests, and names of at least 3 references to Jorge Sarmiento c/o Laura
Rossi ([log in to unmask]), Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Program,
Princeton University, 300 Forrestal Road, Princeton, NJ 08540. We will
begin reviewing applications as soon as they are received, and continue
until the positions are filled. Princeton University is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
For general information about applying to Princeton University and how to
self-identify, please see
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