Urban flux measurements: Water and Carbon in Phoenix, Arizona
Arizona State University, Arizona, United States
Start reviewing process: 30 November 2022

We are recruiting a postdoctoral research scholar at Arizona State University on urban flux measurements using the eddy covariance method.

An interdisciplinary team of faculty members across multiple schools at Arizona State University was recently awarded a five-year project titled Southwest Urban Corridor Integrated Field Laboratory (SW-IFL) by the Department of Energy (DOE). The goal of the project is to develop and deploy novel observational and modeling capabilities that improve understanding of extreme heat as a central driver of key environmental outcomes, including greenhouse gas emissions, urban water stress, and fate and transport of urban air pollutants in the complex Arizona megaregion, extending from the US-Mexico border to the Navajo Nation.

This is an excellent opportunity for an early career scientist to be engaged with an interdisciplinary team of socially-engaged scientists and collaborate with multiple universities, national laboratories, municipalities and the private sector. The position is for a three year appointment, upon satisfactory performance, with a competitive salary and benefits package, and an intellectually stimulating research environment.

Attached is a position description. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Thanks for your consideration and sharing with others,
Enrique R. Vivoni

Fulton Professor of Hydrosystems Engineering
Arizona State University

Dr. Enrique R. Vivoni
Fulton Professor of Hydrosystems Engineering
Director, Center for Hydrologic Innovations
School of Sustainable Engineering and Built Environment &
Global Futures Laboratory
Arizona State University
Office: Hydrosystems Engineering, WCPH, Room 418

777 E. University Dr. Tempe, AZ 85287-8704

Of interest for:
  • Terrestrial Working Group
  • Hydrology Focus Research Group