A PhD position is available at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Department of Biology and Wildlife and Institute of Arctic Biology. We offer the exciting opportunity to focus on examining how fluxes of carbon, water, and energy in arctic tundra ecosystems are responding to climate warming and permafrost thaw. This position is part of a project funded by the National Science Foundation, ‘Collaborative Research: Carbon, Water, and Energy Balance of the Arctic Landscape at Flagship Observatories in Alaska and Siberia; Nearing a Tipping Point?’, with the overall goals of detecting climate change in the Arctic and its effects on global systems. Duties will include assisting with: (1) data collection and analysis of micrometeorological measurements in tundra ecosystems in Alaska, which

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