Job Opening - Assistant Professorship at UC Berkeley

Understanding how natural ecosystems respond to environmental changes, such as changes in temperature and rainfall patterns, accelerated soil losses, and shifts in land cover/land is fundamental to solving environmental problems. How to both quantify these changes, remediate, and adapt to them, requires sophisticated systems-based research involving physical sciences.

[ESPM seeks] applicants whose work addresses specific aspects of the physical environment, including (but not limited to) environmental climatology, hydrometeorology, soil science, land surface processes, geochemistry, water resources, or complex environmental systems. [They] encourage applicants whose research contributes to an integrated understanding of physical and ecological processes and looks at the role of the physical environment in ecosystem dynamics through field, laboratory, and/or theoretical and modeling approaches.