Three lectureships available at the University of Plymouth

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Three lectureships available at the University of Plymouth

Caroline Clason-2
Dear Cryolisters,

The School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (SoGEES) at the University of Plymouth, UK is advertising for three new lectureships, two of which will be permanent positions and the third a four-year position.

We are looking for candidates with expertise in the following broad themes:
  • Environmental quality
  • Geohazards and risk
  • Energy transitions and climate change
  • Ecosystem resilience
Examples of relevant areas of expertise within the cryospheric sciences might include (but are not limited to): glacier or permafrost-related hazards; contaminants in the cryosphere; sea ice or snow chemistry; quality of glacier-fed waters; nutrient cycling; cryoconite microbiology; remote sensing of glacial lakes and rivers; sediment production and transport; meltwater links to hydropower etc.

In addition to research activities successful applicants would be expected to be able to contribute to teaching in two areas of SoGEES: Chemistry; Environmental Sciences; Geography; and Geology (with a particular focus on the first two).

Best wishes,


Dr Caroline Clason | Associate Professor of Glaciology | School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA, UK | +447482304784 | [hidden email] | webpage | blog | Twitter

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