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Associate Editor positions– British Ecological Society journals

The British Ecological Society is looking for active ecological researchers to join the Editorial Boards of Functional Ecology, Journal of Animal Ecology, Journal of Applied Ecology, Journal of Ecology and Methods in Ecology and Evolution. The full details are here Apply by September 1, … Continue reading

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Postdoctoral Position in Long-Term Earth System Change

A postdoctoral position is available focused on the temporal aspects of interactions among biogeochemistry, paleoecology, and global change. The postdoc will perform original research on topics in paleoenvironmental change, especially related to long-term biogeochemistry and disturbance, in collaboration with supervisor … Continue reading

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AGU session: Integrating Data and Models in Paleoclimatology and Paleoecology: Current Approaches, Emerging Challenges, and Next Steps

There is another good Novus-relevant AGU session, for your consideration and potential abstract submission in the next few days. It is being co-organized by Simon Goring who can be contacted with any questions:<simon.j.goring@gmail.com> Session ID#: 26532 Session Description: A key … Continue reading

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AGU session: Cross-Scale Inferences into the Biogeochemical Impacts of Forest Disturbance: Knowledge from Modern, Paleo, and Modeling Techniques

If you are considering presenting at the American Geophysical Union meeting in December (New Orleans!), please consider submitting your abstract to the following session, which is strongly Novus-themed. Submit by August 2 here. Feel free to contact Dr. Tara Hudiburg with any … Continue reading

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WildFIRE PIRE video

WildFIRE PIRE is a large research and training project to understand interactions among humans, climate, and fire activity in four study regions on Earth (including northern and southern hemisphere locations). As the project wraps up, we would like to share … Continue reading

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Ice Storm Experiment Video

Here is an interesting video about a new experiment at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in the White Mountains of New Hampshire to understand the impacts of ice storms on northern hardwood forests. We will be visiting this experiment during the … Continue reading

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Post Doc Position: Tree physiology and dendrochronology, University of Montana

A post-doc position is open at the Sala Lab at the University of Montana to examine tree-level responses to fuel and restoration treatments (25 years ago) in dry ponderosa pine forests of the interior Northwest (e.g. resilience and resistance to … Continue reading

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