postdoctoral positions

Ehleringer Ehleringer at bioscience.biology.utah.edu
Mon Oct 2 16:40:05 EST 1995


Desert ecophysiology postdoc position

A postdoctoral position is available to study the influences of changes in
water and nutrient availability on the growth and competitive interactions of
desert plants in Canyonlands National Park.  The focus of the study will
involve linking ecophysiological and ecosystem approaches to understand the
possible influences of climate change (monsoon boundary changes, increasing
soil temperatures) on species interactions and community structure. 
Experimental approaches will involve extensive use of stable isotope
analyses.  Please submit a c.v. and two letters of reference to Jim
Ehleringer, Department of Biology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
84112.  For more information, please contact Jim Ehleringer at
ehleringer at bioscience.utah.edu.  


Forest ecophysiology postdoc position

A postdoctoral position is available to study the influences of changes in
canopy structure on forest air composition, gas exchange, and soil organic
matter along a precipitation gradient in Oregon.  The focus of the study will
involve linking ecophysiological and ecosystem approaches to better
understand the significance of CO2 recycling in forests.  Experimental
approaches will involve extensive use of stable isotope analyses.  Please
submit a c.v. and two letters of reference to Jim Ehleringer, Department of
Biology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112.  For more
information, please contact Jim Ehleringer at ehleringer at bioscience.utah.edu.
 







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