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Register for this webinar organized by the AIMES/GLP Working Group on Large scale behavioural models of land use change, Dr. Peter Verburg (VU University Amsterdam) and Dr. Elke Weber (Princeton University) will discuss the challenges and opportunities for developing large-scale behavioural models of land use change.
SESMO (Socio-Environmental Systems Modelling www.sesmo.org) is an open access journal with the objective to progress our understanding, learning and decision making on major socio-environmental issues using advances in model-grounded processes that engage with institutional and governance contexts, cross-sectoral and scale challenges, and stakeholder perspectives. SESMO is launching a call for a...
Develop science strategy at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) as Division Director of the Atmospheric Sciences and Global Change within the Earth and Biological Sciences Directorate (EBSD). Supervising multiple research groups and their associated research areas, the Division Director focuses on developing deeper knowledge and predictive understanding of integrated Earth and Human Systems, enabling us to better prepare for, and adapt to, the rapid changes those systems are undergoing. Position is open until filled.
Apply for an Assistant Professorship in Sustainability and Complex Adaptive Systems at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. Deadline: October 16, 2020.
Apply for a postdoctoral scientist position working on high resolution ocean biogeochemistry modeling at Max Planck Institute for Meteorology. Deadline: September 30, 2020.
this project aims to combine in situ observations, satellite observations, models and historical datasets to Characterize and estimate agricultural and fugitive dust sources in the past, present and future. Position is open until filled.
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together key members from different research communities to develop coordinated interdisciplinary paths for future research on combined climate intervention strategies.
On 18-19 May, 32 scientists from the USA and Europe, representing 23 modeling organizations, met to discuss the Open Modeling Foundation initiative.
The evolution of the Earth system is governed by both natural and anthropogenic processes and their interactions. This special issue in Geosciences will present cutting-edge research that can help us to understand feedbacks between humans and the environment by using approaches that integrate human and environmental systems, including modeling, observational, theoretical, and applied studies at local to global scales. Submission deadline: 20 October 2020.