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23.09.2015

 

17 New PhD positions. EarthShape: Earth Surface Shaping by Biota

at: German Universities and Institutions

EarthShape: Earth Surface Shaping by Biota. A German-Chilean Priority Program in the Chilean Coast Range

The new German Priority Program (Schwerpunktprogramm der DFG) 1803 “EarthShape – Earth Surface Shaping by Biota” will explore how biologic processes form soil, influence topography, and thereby shape the Earth surface. You will work in a consortium of 13 interdisciplinary projects comprising 17 new PhD positions and 3 Postdocs that encompass the fields Geology, Ecology, Soil Sciences, Geography, Microbiology, Geophysics, and Geochemistry. EarthShape research will be conducted at four study sites within in the Chilean Coastal Range that features one of Earth’s most spectacular vegetation gradients and is controlled by climate ranging from hyper-arid to humid temperate. It is a natural laboratory to study how biology and topography interact. You will be trained in interdisciplinary methods and conduct joint field work and training workshops.

More information can be downloaded here.

 


PhD Student Positions

at: Forschungszentrum Jülich in Germany

Download job descriptions here:

1) EMI GPR Hydrogeophysical Subsoil Characterisation

2) EMI GPR Weathering Front Characterisation

 

 

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