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Nos clients sont des adultes. You will be willing to travel and work overseas for short periods with national and international partners. For an informal discussion, please contact Prof. Guy Kirk at g. This position will have primary responsibilities in Extension built on a strong applied research program. Responsibilities: Establish an externally funded, nationally and internationally recognized Extension and research program that provides leadership and scholarship in the areas of pedology, geospatial technologies and analysis, including remote sensing, soil geography, and data analytics.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop a rigorous, inventive program that evaluates interconnections among soils, people, and the environment across agricultural lands and the urban-suburban interface, and that utilizes innovative approaches to deliver timely, evidence-based solutions for soils-related issues to diverse clientele. Possible areas of focus could include, but are not limited to, interactions of soils and hydrologic processes across agricultural landscapes; use of soils and landscape information to inform land use decisions and policies; analysis and delivery of soils information to optimize nutrient use, soil health, water quality, onsite wastewater disposal practices, or storm water management.
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It is expected that the individual will establish partnerships with appropriate county, state, federal organizations, and other stakeholders. Qualifications: Required: A Ph.
Experience working with soils in the field and experience with GIS are essential. Applicants must have excellent written and oral communication skills. Salary: Salary is competitive and commensurate with education, training and professional experience, and an excellent fringe benefit package that includes retirement program, medical, life and disability insurance and sabbatical leave program. Applications: Candidates should submit a letter of application, statement of Extension and research philosophy, curriculum vita and three references. A background check is required for employment in this position.
Preferred starting date is August 14, Purdue will accept electronic submissions, send as attachments to Dr. Darrell G. Written applications should be directed to: Dr. Schulze dschulze purdue. The College is deeply committed to the three land-grant missions teaching, research, and Extension , to international activities and perspectives that span all missions, and to supporting a diverse and inclusive environment focused on excellence in all we do. The College has 11 academic departments and includes faculty, undergraduate students, and graduate students. La fiche descriptive de cette offre est disponible ici.
At the same time, forecasts estimate that agricultural production has to be increased by 1. Agroecological practices thus have to fulfil two main objectives simultaneously—minimize soil degradation while improving ecosystem services. Agroecological strategies for restoring soil functioning mainly strive to enhance the soil organic matter pool by increasing organic matter input fluxes. We argue that future agroecological techniques should also be geared towards increasing the residence time of organic matter in soil. This would represent a win-win strategy since long-term C storage in soils is also an issue in term of climate change.
Scientific context A better understanding of the mechanisms that control organic matter stabilisation in soils is therefore needed. We propose a conceptual breakthrough of organomineral interactions: our model no longer considers mineral surfaces as stable, but instead, subject to weathering.
Weathering generates nanometric amorphous Al Si and Fe polymers with large specific surface areas and high reactivity towards organic compounds that they may stabilize on long-term timescales Basile-Doelsch et al. The overall objective of the project is to explain the process of soil organic matter stabilization and destabilization by describing the mechanisms that control the organomineral interactions at the nanoscale. Organomineral complexes, considered at nanoscale, are called nCOMx.
Beyond the basic knowledge on soil functioning, two main outputs of this project are expected: providing a hierarchy of processes controlling the C residence time to improve our capacity to understand and model long-term ecosystem services provided by organic matter in soils; and providing the basis for understanding agroecological practices with respect to C storage and proposing innovation items.
Element of the post-doctoral scientific project The main part of the work will aim at characterizing nCOMx using a multiscale approach. Characterization of such poorly ordered materials is challenging and will require a set of complementary techniques that must be sensitive to the organic and mineral phases, and most importantly to how they interact together. The objective is to characterize the morphology, chemistry and local structure of nCOMx and OM associations with the mineral constituents.
The post-doctorant will perform the analyses and use the different methods with the objective of identifying the best combination of tools for characterizing and imaging synthetic and natural nCOMx. Professional costs will be covered by the programm. Access by bus from Aix-en-Provence and Marseille.
Required profile The post-doctoral candidate must have a strong experience in the use of characterization of solid phase using spectroscopic methods. Contacts Levard clevard cerege. The funds are already available and the Post Doc will start as soon as possible, to the extent of administrative constraints. More information on the application description. Qualifications Le La candidat e retenu e doit avoir un doctorat Ph.
The increase of atmospheric CO2 and climate change, associated to regional increases in nitrogen N and phosphorous P deposition induce a modification of the soil microbial and fungi activities impacting the mineralization of nutrients N, P and the stability of soil organic carbon. The post doc will combine two recent developments incorporated in the process-based ecosystem model ORCHIDEE: a the explicit representation of phosphorus and nitrogen cycles and their interactions with the environment and b a new soil carbon decomposition module including vertical and lateral transport and priming effects.
The post doc will incorporate mechanisms related to microbial and fungi impacts on the stoichiometry of mineralization products, and inorganic N and P diffusion in the soil in relation to plant uptake. The model will be evaluated at sites with long term N and P additions experiments collected in the IMBLANCE-P project, to quantify the importance of limitations from phosphorous mineralization and diffusion in soil to support primary production and the role of priming in the mineralization and plant uptake of N and P under additional N and P input, elevated atmospheric CO2 and warming.
Candidates should hold a PhD in ecology, soil science, Earth System Modeling or environmental Science, have strong skills in computer science, strong writing skills, and demonstrated ability to work in a team environment. How to apply: Applications to be emailed to Bertrand Guenet bertrand. The position is available from March 1st and will remain open until filled with review of applications and interviews. Salary follows national directives and is adjusted for work experience.
The job description is also avialable under PFD format. More food will have to be produced in the next 50 years than has been over the past 10, years UN sustainable development forum.
One way to achieve this is by managing farm resources site specifically using advanced technologies in precision agriculture. Precision agriculture technologies play an important role in addressing the conflict between producing more whilst operating within a sustainable framework. The aim of the project is to establish a research platform combining cutting-edge soil and crop sensors, modelling and system control technology for managing farm resources seeds, fertilisers, pesticides, water, and manure site-specifically, with the final goal of establishing a precision agriculture centre in Flanders.
This will include design and building new measurement systems and associated accessories and software, using advanced optical, geophysical and electrochemical sensing infrastructure. You will also be responsible for the integration of these novel measurement systems onto various agricultural machinery e. Other responsibilities include: Assisting PhD and MSc students for field measurement, and design and implementation of new measurement or control systems. Submission of high quality publications in international scientific journals. Link and integrate research of different PhD students in the Group as deemed appropriate.
Contribute to group activities as requested by your promoter that are within the remit of the role, the grant, and the associated grade. Contribution to teaching programmes. Contribute to the writing of research proposals to the EU and various national funding schemes. Provide guidance to other staff and students of the Department e. Profile of the candidate The candidate should fulfil the following requirements: Have or will soon have a PhD degree in Agriculture Engineering, Biosystems Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.
Basic knowledge in sensing technologies and measurement systems. Basic knowledge of control theory and technology to design controllers if deemed necessary. Basic knowledge in data fusion and modelling tools is preferable. A track record of publishing high-impact journal articles. Working in interdisciplinary environments, good contextual understanding of agricultural systems and the ability to work in the field is desirable.
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Possessing excellent project and time management skills to ensure that milestones and deliverables are achieved to time and to high quality. The candidate should have a high level of proficiency in English sufficient to communicate effectively with colleagues and write papers and reports.
The candidate should be prepared to work in close collaboration with the supervising team as well as the PhD students working within the project, in the group or in the department. Ability to work as a member of a team within a dynamic research group. Job Offer We offer a 5-year full-time postdoc position 1,0 fte , starting from 1st June but not later than 1st September We offer approx. Only a limited amount of work experience can be taken into account. The postdoc will have the opportunity to work within a stimulating research environment within the SiteMan Group with interdisciplinary team comprising of agricultural engineers, soil scientists, agronomists and data mining experts, where many international collaborations are foreseen.
Abdul Mouazen E-mail: abdul. For an informal discussion regarding this position, please contact project leader Abdul Mouazen, Prof. The Institute hosts a number of national and international data assets, and is leading the soil health component of the Centre for Applied Crop Science under the Governments Agri-Tech Initiative.
You will evaluate emergent behaviour of up-scaled models and perform sensitivity analysis to identify fungal traits that affect resilience to perturbations. Preferably you will have knowledge of porous media processes. You must have excellent project and time management skills, ensuring that milestones and deliverables are achieved to time and to high quality and be confident in delivering project outcomes to mixed audiences. Wilfred Otten at Wilfred.
Permis B obligatoire. This may involve being engaged in scientific activity ranging from fundamental research to the investigation of specific industry or community problems. The role will use original and pre-existing science to complete research investigations and develop innovative concepts and ideas for further research. The scope of the work focuses on the development of a system that integrates spatial soil sensing information with models to enable the monitoring of soil condition.
The aim of this research is to develop tools to improve agricultural productivity and carbon sequestration and combat land degradation. This role will make an active contribution to the planning and preparation of research proposals, including detailed design and experimental protocols and you will liaise with clients to determine their needs and take responsibility for client satisfaction.
This role will also provide the opportunity to build and maintain networks, play a lead role in securing project funds, provide scientific leadership and pursue new ideas and approaches that create new concepts. How to apply: To apply for this position you will be required to submit your resume and cover letter, as one document, highlighting your experience as relevant to the role requirements.
We provide interdisciplinary training including enzymes of detoxification and oxidative stress, energy allocation, respirometry, and metabolomics. La fiche descriptive du post est disponible ici. This research is structured in two axes: soil and Ag-Machinery interactions and big data management for on-farm decision making. The successful candidate will be the leader of axe 1. This collaboration between those complementary skills should provide advances on the adaptation of agricultural machineries to the needs and demands of farmers for a more sustainable agriculture.
The successful candidate is expected to develop interdisciplinary research. We also seek for a proficient English user. Required qualifications PhD in Agronomy or soil science applied to Agriculture. The successful candidate has demonstrated ability and experience in the conduct of innovative studies on the impact of agro-machinery on physical soil components. Further information This is a permanent position in Beauvais Northern France. The salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please send us your application cover letter and CV to this address : rh unilasalle.
The effect of tillage on soil hydraulics and transport properties. Effects of soil biological, chemical and physical properties and processes on soil structure and transport processes.
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Interactions between plant growth, soil physical processes, and water and solute dynamics in the soil including climate change aspects. Job description The associate professor will be part of the Agrohydrology research group at the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen. Focus is on quantification of processes and biophysical mechanistic modelling. Qualification requirements Emphasis will be laid on the following professional and personal qualifications: Documentation of a high degree of original scientific production at an international level.
Documented research qualifications in relation to the above-mentioned field s. Documented teaching qualifications. Experience in research management or other managerial functions. Fluency in English. Assessment of applicants will primarily consider their level of documented, original scientific production at an international level, including contributions to developments in their field, as well as their documented teaching qualifications. Managerial and out-reach qualifications of applicants including ability to attract external funding will be considered as well.
Inquiries about the position can be made to Head of the Department Svend Christensen svc plen. Strobel bjwe plen. The position is open from 1 May or as soon as possible thereafter. The University wishes the staff to reflect the diversity of the society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of gender and personal background. After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee.
Please refer to the following no. This announcement is part of a major promotion of post-docs at the Faculty. The Department of Soil and Environment pursues research, education and environmental assessment work related to soil and its sustainable use. Precision agriculture and pedometrics is growing research area and the unit has a leading position within the area of soil spectroscopy. Duties: The holder of this post-doc position will conduct research in pedometrics, with emphasis on soil spectroscopy. Topics of interest include sampling and calibration strategies and algorithms for modelling small-scale variation by using large-scale spectral libraries.
For cost-efficiency reasons, large-scale calibration models are favourable and therefore national and even global models have attracted large interest. A challenge is to find robust models describing soil variation at the farm or field scale. Qualifications: The applicant should hold a PhD in a relevant branch of natural science such as soil science or agronomy. Documented experience and skills in near infrared spectroscopy and multivariate calibration techniques are required.
Experience of soil spectroscopy, including the near and mid infrared range, and a well-developed network within the research area will count as merits. Since a post-doc position is the first step in an academic career, priority will be given to those applicants who have obtained their PhD level no more than three years before the time of application. Place of work: Skara Form of employment: Temporary employment 6 months or longer, A postdoctoral position is limited to two years. SLU ua Please find the full ad, requirements and application instructions here The document presentation of this job is available here.
To understand the system dynamics insights in soil properties and water and sediment transfer in landscapes is needed. Detailed assessment of the landscape will be done using drone based imagery. This information will be used to develop nature based solutions for river restoration and fire affected lands.
The facility has a large range of platforms and camera systems available, and consists of an interdisciplinary team of researchers focusing on solutions for scientific challenges but also looking forward to value adding products and services. Requirements We are looking for a highly motivated and inquisitive Post-doc researcher to connect field based physical geography soil science, geomorphology and hydrology to remotely sensed imagery to enable the assessment of catchment system dynamics.
The candidate should be a creative and independent researcher with a PhD degree with a strong background in both physical geography as well as remote sensing with affinity to methodology development and practical implementation of scientific findings in management. The postdoc should contribute to the UAV image processing towards high resolution DEMs and implement algorithms in relevant open source software and programming environments e.
Experience with designing, managing and executing field experiments is a requirement while operational knowledge of UAV based systems is an asset. This also includes the actual execution of flights with UAVs. Good communication and collaborative skills, and fluent in English are required. Application and development of methods for soil quality assessment and evaluation of soil erosion are expected, as well as skills in handling of spatial data and its analysis.
Conditions of employment We offer a 0. Acquisition regarding this vacancy is not appreciated. Its staff 6, employees work around the world in the domain of healthy food and living environment for governments and the business community-at-large.
The strength of Wageningen University can be found in its collaboration with specialized research institutes joined in Wageningen University and Research Centre WUR , and its combined efforts in both natural and social sciences. The scientific quality of Wageningen University is reflected in its position in international ranking and citation indexes. The Soil Physics and Land Management Group of Wageningen University SLM focuses on i flow and transport processes in soil systems and surrounding water bodies, ii interactions between soil, water and plants, and iii land use and management with regard to ecosystem degradation, and the design and economic impact assessment of technologies for soil and water conservation and restoration.
The SLM group has long-term experience in areas affected by different forms of soil and water degradation, amongst others in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and in Europe. SLM coordinated and participated in a range of EU-funded projects focusing on soil, water and agricultural land management related topics. For more information about the chair group, visit the website: www. Applications will be conducted on the La Peyne basin southern France.
To carry out the modelling of landscape functioning using the SWAT model daily time step on the La Peyne basin in order to simulate the impact of future scenarios of landscape mosaics and climate change scenarios obtained from the other Work Packages of ALMIRA on runoff, erosion and vegetation functioning considering multi-criteria approaches.
The objective is to synthesize the related eco-systemic services for each landscape mosaics through indicators and finally derive recommendations on the best landscape mosaic. Depending on the progress of the work, to carry out an application of the available version of the Integrated Hydrological Processes Model under development at LISAH, that couples runoff, erosion and vegetation functioning at finer time steps 15 minutes under the OpenFLUID platform.
Applications will be conducted on the La Peyne basin or benchmarks, for few reference scenarios, and the results compared to those obtained previously with SWAT. To publish the results in 2 scientific articles. Preferred research skills and interests include demonstrated knowledge of modelling, geospatial analysis and time series analysis. A record of publications and knowledge of catchment science is desired.
To apply, please send letter of application detailing research interest and experiences, curriculum vitae, and names of 3 references with telephone numbers and email addresses. Please direct questions about the positions to Dr Armand Crabit armand. Main topics of the project will include: Greenhouse experiments to: Characterize the metabolic modifications in grains collected from plants exposed to Cd; Analyze the effect of plant Cd exposure on F. In vitro experiments to assess the toxicity of Cd in the fungus and effect on the production of mycotoxin by F. The position, funded by the French National Research Agency, is available starting February 1st We are looking for a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher with good knowledge in plant physiology and microbiology as well as in standard techniques of biochemistry and molecular biology, and interested in ecotoxicology and agronomy.
The INRA Research center of Bordeaux Aquitaine offers an excellent international, dynamic and stimulating scientific campus with more than researchers working in 9 Research Units. Application Please send a cover letter by November 20th detailing motivation and research interests, a concise summary of previous research activities, a complete CV and contact information for three referees to Florence Forget-Richard florence.