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AGU发布最新工作信息 (May 20~ May 26, 2016)
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1.Visiting Faculty Opportunity- Geophysics

Department Description:

The Department of Geology at Colorado College invites applications for a one-year non-tenure track position in Geophysics, to begin in mid-August 2016.

The faculty visitor will teach Geophysics, two intermediate-level courses, including plate tectonics, as well as three introductory geology courses.

 

Appointment will be at the assistant professor level for candidates holding a PhD. The PhD or ABD is a requirement for employment.

 

Requirements:

Applicants must be committed to high-quality innovative undergraduate teaching, including field-oriented courses. The Block System of education at Colorado College, in which professors teach and students take only one course at a time for 3-1/2 weeks, lends itself to field and project-based teaching. The visitor will teach 6 out of 8.5 blocks in the academic calendar. The Department has excellent field equipment and laboratory facilities for teaching and research in all geological disciplines.

 

Details

Employer

Colorado College Geology Department

Location

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Posted

May 24, 2016

Discipline

Natural HazardsNear Surface GeophysicsSeismology

Career Level

Faculty

Education Level

PhD

Link:

https://careers.agu.org/job/7997737/visiting-faculty-opportunity-geophysics/



2.Graduate Student

A graduate student position in area of geomicrobiology is available at the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Rutgers University – Newark with the start date as soon as September 2016. We are looking for a motivated student with interest in extreme environments, microbial ecology, biogeochemistry or mineralogy. An interest in planetary sciences and astrobiology is desirable. 

 

Details

Employer

Rutgers University

Location

Rutgers University - Newark

Posted

May 24, 2016

Discipline

BiogeosciencesPlanetary Sciences

Career Level

Student / Graduate

Education Level

Bachelors

Link: https://careers.agu.org/job/7997736/graduate-student-/   



3. Postdoctoral Fellow

The Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado State University seeks to fill 1-3 postdoctoral fellowships for its collaborative research as a Cooperative Institute with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) in College Park, Maryland (office will be in College Park).

 

Responsibilities:
The individual in this position will be a member of the SST Team and will be responsible for the development of improved SST and cloud mask algorithms for VIIRS, AHI, ABI, AVHRR, MODIS and SEVIRI, including:
? Processing global SST data, in near-real time;
? Developing and testing new cloud screening and SST algorithms;
? Radiative transfer modeling using Community Radiative Transfer Model (CRTM);
? Optimization of cloud screening, constraining cloud mask and SST algorithms based on NWP upper air fields;
? Use of global NCEP and ECMWF data analysis and forecast, and their use in conjunction with CRTM;
? Improving sensor calibration techniques and quality control of satellite radiances;
? Publishing research results in peer-reviewed literature, presentation at national/international conferences.

Required Qualifications:
? PhD in a quantitative field of research (Physics/Math/Stat/Remote Sensing/Meteorology) completed by date of hire;
? Solid quantitative educational background in fundamental Physics, Mathematics and Statistics;
? Proven list of deliverables (peer-reviewed publications, derived products, etc.);
? Willingness and ability to conduct independent research (from problem definition to technical solution to documentation in peer-reviewed literature and science conferences) while being a team player.


Preferred Qualifications
? Recent PhD in a quantitative field of research (Physics/Math/Stat/Remote Sensing/Meteorology);
? Expertise in cloud screening and calibration of satellite sensor data, mathematical inversions;
? Expertise in SST and Aerosol retrieval algorithms from space;
? Expertise in radiative transfer modeling (RTM) in the thermal IR and Visible using RTM;
? Expertise in radiation properties of aerosols and their effect on SST;
? proficiency with global data handling and quality control procedures;
? proficiency with IDL, Fortran, and Unix/Unix scripts programming.

 

Details

Employer

CIRA/ Colorado State University

Location

College Park, Prince Georges County

Posted

May 20, 2016

Discipline

Atmospheric Sciences

Career Level

Experienced

Education Level

PhD

Link: https://careers.agu.org/job/7997732/postdoctoral-fellow/      


 

4. Staff Scientist in Geophysics, Geochemistry, and/or Cosmochemistry

The Department of Terrestrial Magnetism (DTM) at the Carnegie Institution for Science seeks applicants for the position of Staff Scientist in the broad categories of geophysics, geochemistry, and/or cosmochemistry.  We are particularly interested in innovative researchers whose observations help to constrain the role of fluids (e.g., water, other volatiles, melt) in: the past and present evolution of the solid Earth; the formation and early development of Earth’s atmosphere; and/or the origin of volatiles on Earth and other rocky planets.  Subfields of interest include, but are not limited to, geodesy, geo/cosmochemistry, magnetotellurics, noble gases, remote sensing, seismology, and/or astrochemistry.  Applicants who integrate across traditional boundaries are particularly encouraged to apply.

 

Details

Employer

Carnegie Institution for Science

Location

Washington D.C.

Posted

May 20, 2016

Discipline

Interdisciplinary/Other

Career Level

Early Career (up to 10 years past degree)

Education Level

PhD

Link: https://careers.agu.org/job/7997731/staff-scientist-in-geophysics-geochemistry-and-or-cosmochemistry/  



5. CMER Geologist/Hydrologist

Description

This position provides expertise in mass wasting, slope stability, surface erosion, hydrology and experimental design to support research conducted by the CMER Committee for the Washington State Forest Practices Adaptive Management Program. Participate in scoping and design of research and monitoring projects. Conduct literature reviews, organize workshops and field trips. Provide expertise in experimental design. Prepare study design documents and respond to peer-review comments. Implement and manage research and monitoring projects. Oversee site selection and data collection. Analyze data and prepare technical documents on study results. Provide presentations on study results. Participate in technical committee meetings. 

 

Required Qualifications:  

Master's degree in a natural resource science or closely related field and three years professional work experience in designing and implementing research related to mass wasting, slope stability, surface erosion or hydrologic processes. A PhD degree may substitute for the required experience provided the field of major study was related to mass wasting, slope stability or erosion processes. Knowledge and understanding of mass wasting processes, slope stability, surface erosion processes, forest hydrology, hydrogeology, forest roads and timber harvest, soils and geology. Advanced working knowledge of statistics, including experimental designs, sampling procedures, error assessment methods, data analysis procedures, and parametric and non-parametric statistical techniques. Ability to use GIS technology, including mapping and querying. Demonstrated ability and experience in designing, planning, organizing and implementing field studies in forested and mountainous terrain. Ability to effectively plan and organize work activities and to prioritize task completion to meet schedules and deadlines. Experience in communicating research results to the scientific community via technical reports and journal articles, and conference presentations including the ability to make effective oral presentation to both scientific and non-scientific audiences. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are desired to: collaborate effectively with a diverse interdisciplinary team, provide leadership and facilitate the activities of diverse groups of professional natural resource scientists, train and guide field assistants, and simplify and explain complex scientific data to a general audience. 

 

Details

Employer

NWIFC

Location

Olympia, Thurston County

Posted

May 19, 2016

Discipline

HydrologyNear Surface Geophysics

Career Level

Experienced

Education Level

Masters

Link: https://careers.agu.org/job/7997730/cmer-geologist-hydrologist/

 

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