Postdoctoral position in the study of drought in Spain using a land-surface model and remote sensing data
The Observatori de l'Ebre (OE) is a Research Institute founded in 1904 to study Sun-Earth relationships. Currently it is a research and observation center focused on geophysics. It has two main research lines, one focused on physical hydrology and climate change, and another one focused on geomagnetism and aeronomy.
The Ebro Observatory (Ramon Llull University - CSIC) is looking for researchers with a PhD who want to apply for an 18-month contract focused on the study of drought using models and remote sensing data.
The post-doc will work on large scale hydrological simulation with the SASER (SAFRAN-SURFEX-EAUDYSEE-RAPID) hydrological modeling chain and with downscaled remote sensing surface soil moisture data, with the objective to better understand drought processes in an anthropized environment (Ebro River basin and Iberia as a whole).
The position is financed by the HUMID (Hydrological Understanding and Modeling of Iberian Drought) Project, funded by the Spanish Government under grant CGL2017-85687-R.
You'll find more information on this website: http://www.obsebre.es/en/job-board/963-humid-post-doc-on-the-study-of-drought-with-models-and-remote-sensing-data
How to apply
Applications will be submitted by e-mail, sending a message to email@example.com including the code "HUMID-Post-doc" in the subject line.
The deadline for submission of applications is April 28, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. (official time in peninsular Spain).
The applicants must satisfy the requirements of the previous section and also attach electronic copies of: