The position will support the recently funded European Research Council Starting Grant (ERC StG) project “Forest vulnerability to compound extremes and disturbances in a changing climate” (ForExD). The project aims to develop fundamental knowledge about feedbacks between climate extremes, disturbances and the carbon-cycle with strong cross-disciplinary approaches.
The position is primarily assigned to the Climate-Ecosystem Disturbances Interactions working group, in collaboration with colleagues in the Biogeochemical Integration Department and international networks such as the European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems (ELLIS). More details about the positions, profile and application can be found here.
We look forward to your application! Please send the requested documents by June 5 and contact Dr. Ana Bastos (email@example.com) if you have any questions.