Tag: Job

DPhil: Sniffing out global volcanic fingerprints using mercury in Quaternary sedimentary records

I am pleased to announce the opening up of a new DPhil position at the University of Oxford Department of Earth Sciences that I will be involved with. The main supervisor for the project is Prof. Tamsin Mather and the position is part of…

Job: Theoretical Ecology

The Institute for Biodiversity & Ecosystem Dynamics (University of Amsterdam) is currently looking for an theoretical ecologist. The position will be based in the Department of Theoretical & Computational Ecology and will be at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. Closing date: 3 January…

Job: Research Fellow in Palaeoecology (Amazonia)

University of St Andrews School of Geography and Sustainable Development Research Fellow in Palaeoecology (Amazonia) – AR2146HM Working with: Dr. Ian Lawson and Dr. Katy Roucoux Main purpose: Based at St Andrews, the PDRA will play an important role in a NERC-funded project working…

Job: Assistant/Associate Professor in Palaeoecology & Vegetation Dynamics

New Assistant/Associate Professor position advertised for the Palaeoecology group “down the road” at Utrect University. Closing data: 31/03/2018 To find out more and apply click here. Find out about Palaeoecology in Utrecht click here.  

Job: Post-doctoral researcher in Palaeoecology

Job: Post-doctoral researcher in Neotropical Palaeoecology Location: Institute for Biodiversity & Ecosystem Dynamics, University of Amsterdam Duration: 3 years Deadline for applications: 15 January 2018 We are seeking to recruit a Neotropical palaeoecologist to join the recently funded “The past peoples of Amazonia: Assessing…

Job: Post-doctoral researcher in Global Ecology

Job: Post-doctoral researcher Location: Institute for Biodiversity & Ecosystems Dyanamics, University of Amsterdam Duration: 3 years Deadline for applications: 10 December 2017 Focus on Global Ecology, including: global biodiversity patterns and ecosystem functioning, human impacts on biodiversity, biogeography of species interactions, and/or global changes…

PhD: Stress in Paradise

Title: Stress in Paradise: Quantifying the frequency and impacts of ENSO driven droughts in tropical Pacific Island Nations Location: University of Soithampton (Geography & Environment) Supervisory team: Prof. David Sear, Prof. Justin Sheffield, Prof Ian Croudace (National Oceanographic Centre, Southampton). Rationale: Because of their small size…