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Current vacancies available at the centre

Postdoctoral researcher positions, Earth System Dynamics and Trajectories in Past and Future

Stockholm Resilience Centre and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research are coordinating recruitment of four post-doctoral researchers to join an international collaborative project on new-generation Earth system modelling to investigate Earth's paleo-climatic shifts and Earth resilience in the Anthropocene, with the endeavour of scientifically defining a safe operating space for humanity on Earth.

Two of the positions will be based in Sweden, deadline for both is 30 September 2017:

Land biosphere dynamics
The task involves modelling terrestrial biosphere dynamics and their interactions with climatic and social dynamics, including tipping points, in the context of the planetary boundaries framework. Apply here

Marine biosphere dynamics
The task involves modelling the marine biosphere and ocean circulation in the context of an integrated Earth System model, exploring non-linear dynamics and interactions among planetary boundaries. Apply here

Click here for the related vacancies hosted by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

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We announce PhD positions four times per year. The announcement dates 2017 are: 

1 February – 1 March
2 April - 2 May
30 August - 30 September
20 October - 20 November

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