Postdoctoral Researcher Positions Available: Reducing Risks to Biodiversity and Human Well-being from Ecological Effects of Drought

Two postdoctoral research positions are available to participate in the project "Landscape Sensitivity to Ecological Drought: The Knowns, Needs, and Solutions for the Real World".

Funded by the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center (NCCWSC) in partnership with Science for Nature and People (SNAP), the project will assess the state of understanding of current and future drought impacts across a range of ecological systems in the United States, and connect those impacts with actionable strategies for reducing risks to biodiversity and human well-being. Learn More >>

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