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Plant and leaf gas exchange associated with photosynthesis under stress

Year(s)
Area: 
Chemistry
Life Sciences
Tuesday, January 1, 2019

The successful candidate will join a dynamic and international research team that investigates the interactions of climate change and vegetation.

He/She will use novel field techniques to understand photosynthesis response to change, using leaf and branch scale gas exchange of CO2, and carbonyl sulfide (COS) a new atmospheric tracer.

Background is required in at least some of the following areas: Plant physiology, gas exchange, photosynthesis, atmospheric chemistry, micro-meteorology, operating analytical equipment, willingness to carry out research both lab and in the field.

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Biosphere-atmosphere interactions. In particular, leaf to canopy gas exchange associated with photosynthesis under stress and the use of novel tracers, such as carbonyl sulfide (COS) and techniques, such as Sun Induced Fluorescence (SIF).

Year(s)
Rotation: 
Area: 
Chemistry
Life Sciences
Wednesday, January 1, 2020

The successful candidate will join a dynamic and international research team that investigates the interactions of climate change and vegetation.

He/She will use novel field techniques to understand photosynthesis response to change, using leaf and branch scale gas exchange of CO2, and carbonyl sulfide (COS) a new atmospheric tracer.

Background is required in at least some of the following areas: Plant physiology, gas exchange, photosynthesis, atmospheric chemistry, micro-meteorology, operating analytical equipment, willingness to carry out research both lab and in the field.The successful candidate will join a dynamic and international research team that investigates the interactions of climate change and vegetation.

He/She will use novel field techniques to understand photosynthesis response to change, using leaf and branch scale gas exchange of CO2, and carbonyl sulfide (COS) a new atmospheric tracer.

Background is required in at least some of the following areas: Plant physiology, gas exchange, photosynthesis, atmospheric chemistry, micro-meteorology, operating analytical equipment, willingness to carry out research both lab and in the field.