At the University of Bergen there are recruitment for two fully-funded 3–4 year post-doctoral positions. They are pretty open when it comes to specific research directions, tasks, qualifications and interests; and we are seeking motivated researchers with strong general ecological and quantitative backgrounds who are interested in and motivated by the opportunities arising in the intersection between field experimental ecology and macroecology; in working across different timescales and spatial scales; and in scaling from individuals via populations and communities to ecosystems. See the advertisements (below) for more details. Application deadline – February 10, 2019.
They are searching for:
- a community ecologist to exploit our wealth of data from climate- and global-change experiments from Western Norway and beyond in new analytical or modeling approaches to synthesize and use these data in new ways and directions, and
- an ecosystems ecologist to assemble data on ecosystem C fluxes from experiments and field systems throughout Norway and, in collaboration with a larger project team involving land-cover modelers and Earth system modelers, to explore feedbacks from terrestrial ecosystems to the climate system.
More information about the research group, research environment, and ongoing projects can be found at https://www.uib.no/en/rg/EECRG.