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Wed, 3 Nov 2021 13:44:01 -0400
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There is an open postdoc position at CU Boulder to work on biosphere-atmosphere fluxes of methane in permafrost environments. : https://jobs.colorado.edu/jobs/JobDetail/?jobId=34564

Climate change has important effects at high-latitudes and Arctic communities have strong interests in understanding the scales and impacts of amplified warming. In Alaska, CH4 emitted from thermokarst lakes has the potential to increase the radiative effect. The project that the successful candidate will join brings together Alaskan communities with social and natural scientists to examine changes in inland thermokarst lake environments and effects on Yukon River watershed villages and global climate. 

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