Ecosystem ecology and biogeochemistry,
Biology Department at Duke University.
We seek a biologist or physical scientist with experience in ecosystem
ecology or biogeochemistry to study the interactions of vegetation
change and plant/soil/atmosphere interactions. The successful applicant
can contribute to several recently funded projects (NSF and Mellon
Foundation) examining the ecosystem consequences of woody plant
invasions in the southwestern U.S. or Argentina. The successful
applicant would also have the opportunity to participate in the Duke
Free-Air CO2 Enrichment experiment.
Applicants should send a CV, statement of research interests, and three
letters of recommendation to: Rob Jackson, Department of Biology,
Phytotron Building, Box 90340, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708-0340.
Applications received by March 1st, 2002 will be assured consideration.
For more information on research in our lab see
http://www.biology.duke.edu/jackson. Duke University is an equal