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BECC announces six PhD positions in Lund

6 PhD positions within the BECC area, covering drought, wetlands, post-fire forest ecosystems, microbial soil, sustainable forest management and balancing agriculture in a policy context.
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Six PhD positions are available within BECC

1) The first one have the title "Drought impacts on Swedish terrestrial ecosystems - detecting and mapping vegetation change" for Jonas Ardö

Last day to apply is 31/1. You will find more information here

in English
in Swedish

2) The second position have the title "Model-data fusion for improving quantification of methane fluxes from wetlands with LPJ-GUESS" for Marko Scholze

Last day to apply is 3/2, starting date 1/3 

You will find more information here

in English
in Swedish

3) The third position have the project tilte "Patterns and mechanisms in post-fire recovery of major forest ecosystem services and functions" with Dan Metcalfe

Last day to apply is 7/2, starting date 1/4 

You will find more information here

in English
in Swedish

 

More information and job announcement will come shortly about the following PhD projects
Microbial temperature dependence in soil: the feed-back to climate warming with Johannes Rousk

Sustainable forest management in a changing climate - Developing a landscape approach for analyzing trade-offs between ecosystem services provided by forests with Cecilia Akselsson

and

Balancing agriculture, conservation and environmental quality: tools for evaluating policy responses with Katarina Hedlund
 

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