Trinity College Dublin is looking for two Post-Doctoral Research Fellows in Geography!

REWRITE and NATUSCAPES need two post-doctoral research fellows in Geography.
Trinity College Dublin is looking for two Post-Doctoral Research Fellows in Geography!

Post-doctoral Research Fellow with expertise in coastal geomorphology / physical geography, coastal environmental sciences, oceanography or equivalent area

The post-doctoral researcher will play a key role in the delivery of EU Horizon project REWRITE (REWilding and Restoration of InterTidal sediment Ecosystems for carbon sequestration, climate adaptation and biodiversity support).

The project is led by the University of Nantes, France, and includes international research groups, and regional and local partners; Government Agencies, and non-government organisations. The project combines tools and methods from natural sciences, social sciences and the humanities to compare ecological functioning along a gradient of 8 European demonstrator locations from Southern Spain to Denmark, including the U.K. and the Republic of Ireland, acting as a proxy for climate change (e.g. changes in temperature, sea level, river discharge and precipitation), and encompassing a range of  successful restoration approaches.

The post-doctoral Research Fellow will be based in Dublin.

Closing Date: 12 noon (Irish Standard Time) 1st March 2024.

Full details available: https://www.tcd.ie/geography/news/vacancies/

Any queries please contact Iris Möller directly off-list: moelleri@tcd.ie

 

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Post-doctoral Research Fellow with expertise in geography, environmental, social science, nature-based solutions or allied areas

Are you interested in playing a key role in the delivery of the Horizon Europe project NATURESCAPES (Nature-based solutions for climate-resilient, nature-positive, and socially just communities in diverse landscapes) as part of the Trinity NATURESCAPES team based in Geography, School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College Dublin?

The project will undertake an ambitious transdisciplinary programme of work to advance the knowledge frontier through novel assessment approaches capable of evaluating landscape scale synergies and trade-offs of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) assemblages for climate, biodiversity and communities.

Closing Date: 12 noon (Irish Standard Time) 1st March 2024.

Full details available: https://www.tcd.ie/geography/news/vacancies/

Any queries please contact Anna Davies directly off-list: daviesa@tcd.ie

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