The research is focused on processes affecting the hydrological regime of forest catchments in headwater areas exposed to changing climate. The researcher will take part in: The evaluation and interpretation of existing datasets acquired by hydroclimatological monitoring and soil sampling at the experimental sites located in the Jizera Mountains and Bohemian Forest, Czech Republic with emphasis on hydraulic properties of individual compartments of the soil-plant-atmosphere system; Publishing of research results.
Candidate is a junior postdoctoral researcher possessing the degree of Ph.D. or equivalent degree based on the 8ISCED (International Standard Classification of Education) in the relevant discipline. Candidate must be a researcher from a foreign country complying with the programme definition, i.e. a researcher who has spent at least 2 years during the period of past 3 years doing research under a minimum of half-time contract of employmenor Ph.D. studies (or equivalent) abroad. Candidate is expected to show a publication record of at least 2 publications in peer reviewed journals indexed in the Web of Science over the period of the past 3 years.
- Application for the position
- Professional CV including list of publications
- Copies of the education certificates
- Documents proving employment in research or Ph.D. studies abroad
- Motivation letter
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