Work as part of an interdisciplinary team that includes ecologists, computational scientists and conservation social scientists. Immediate opportunities exist to lead publications leveraging existing datasets and spatial products developed within and across the labs of project PIs. The successful candidate is expected to bring a background in complex social-ecological systems to compliment the research team and publish cross-cutting research that span multiple disciplines. The post-doc will receive mentoring in the pursuit of extramural funding and will be encouraged to lead additional creative academic pursuits beyond those outlined here.
The new Center for Resilience in Agricultural Working Landscapes at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) is seeking a post-doctoral research associate to work with Drs. Craig Allen and Dan Uden and a collaborative team of social and ecological science researchers from UNL and the University of Montana (Dr. Brian Chaffin, UM). The post-doc will join an NSF-funded research project titled Resilience Informatics for the Convergence of Critical Capacities to Address Regional-scale Environmental Change to lead a
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