Post-doctoral Fellow Job Announcement : Tidal Wetland-Estuary Margins as Buffers, Reactors, and Transformers of Organic C and N
NSF Grant funded position to investigate the biogeochemical processes in tidal marsh soils that regulate their ability to produce, transform, and buffer dissolved organic matter export to estuaries. Find more HERE
Prospective graduate Students and Postdoctoral Researchers
If you are interested in joining our research group, please send your CV and a message describing your research interests and experience. For more information, visit the CCNY EAS Masters Program, the CUNY Earth & Environmental Sciences Doctoral Program, and the Columbia University Ph.D. program in Earth & Environmental Sciences. Opportunities exist for collaborations with the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, the NOAA Cooperative Remote Sensing Science and Technology Center (NOAA/CREST), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA GSFC), the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center, and the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC).
Prospective Undergraduate Interns
Research internship opportunities are available for enthusiastic undergraduate students to be involved in highly interdisciplinary ecosystem research and participate in exciting fieldwork activities and laboratory experiments. Students will receive a highly interdisciplinary training in the fields of optics, remote sensing, ocean color, atmospheric processes, estuarine ecology, coastal water processes, biogeochemistry and photobiology, and will build skills in a wide variety of field and laboratory techniques, data analysis and the use of analytical instruments. This is an opportunity for undergraduate students with a strong interest in environmental science to get hands-on experience outside the class room, broaden the knowledge obtained in courses, and develop skills in critical analysis, problem solving and communication of findings. If you are interested in joining our research group, please send me your CV and a message with your research interests and background.