ECCN News – March 2023
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Climate change slowing down, not speeding up, movement of large Arctic rivers: study
Scientists have long believed that rapid warming in the Arctic would cause river channels to move faster, but a new study has found the opposite may be true for large, winding rivers in the region.
Denmark keeps on dithering over climate adaptation plans
Despite its reputation as a nation at the forefront of green technologies like wind power, Denmark has been slow to focus on climate adaptation.
Jobs, MS & Ph.D. Positions, Fellowships
Climate Extension Field Specialist I
South Dakota State University
First consideration date March 31
South Dakota State University (SDSU) Extension is searching for an Extension Climate Field Specialist I. This is a 12-month, full-time, benefit-eligible position available in one of our regional extension centers located in either Watertown, Mitchell, or Pierre, SD. This position is supervised by the Agriculture and Natural Resources Program Leader and is affiliated with the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
Coastal Ecology post-doc — Gulf of Maine Research Institute (Portland, ME)
Open until April 15
The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) seeks applicants for a 2-year postdoctoral researcher position to conduct research on climate-ecosystem interactions, fisheries dynamics, and coastal ecosystem ecology in the Gulf of Maine. The postdoctoral associate will work under the supervision of Dr. Graham Sherwood (Fisheries Ecologist) and collaborate with a team of scientists at GMRI and staff at the Quahog Bay Conservancy (QBC) to examine the impacts of anthropogenic change on coastal living marine resources in Maine.
GIS Specialist (Associate GIS Specialist) EI 2023-02, Richmond, CA, Environmental, Environment, Water, Science
SFEI is seeking a GIS Specialist to join the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) team. This position will be a full-time position (40 hrs per week), under the supervision of the GIS Manager. Although a strong foundation of GIS skills is required, an environmental science background to enable effective landscape interpretation, change analysis, and mapping is ideal.
Multiple Postdoc Positions in Atmospheric/Climate Science at Stony Brook University
The Division of Atmospheric Sciences in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at Stony Brook University currently has multiple ongoing searches for Postdoctoral Researchers. These positions will support early career professionals in investigating the interconnections of precipitation, climate variability and climate change on daily-to-decadal timescales using modern methodologies, including machine learning and high-resolution climate modeling. Interested candidates should apply for individual positions using the links below.
Position 1: Improving subseasonal forecasting of US precipitation through the development of a deep-learning hybrid dynamical-statistical model (Contact Dr. Hyemi Kim at Hyemi.Kim (at) stonybrook.edu)
Position 2: Exploring potential changes in extreme precipitation associated with tropical cyclones in future climate model projections (Contact Dr. Kevin Reed at Kevin.Reed (at) stonybrook.edu):
Research scientist in HYSPLIT wildfire modeling, GMU CSISS/NOAA ARL
George Mason University and the NOAA Air Resources Laboratory (ARL) are seeking applicants for a Research Scientist at the Cooperative Institute of Satellite Earth System Studies (CISESS) to work with the Atmospheric Transport and Dispersion modeling group at ARL in the NOAA Center for Weather & Climate Prediction (NCWCP) in College Park, MD.
Postdoctoral Researcher—Water Program
Falmouth, Massachusetts or Remote
Woodwell Climate Research Center (Woodwell) conducts science for solutions at the nexus of climate, people, and nature. We partner with leaders and communities for just meaningful impact to address the climate crisis.
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