Assistant Professor: Large-scale Ecologist (Ecosystem, Landscape, Global)
The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder invites applications for an ecologist working at the ecosystem, landscape or global scale at the Assistant Professor (tenure track) level. We seek an individual who addresses the influence of environmental change (including climate, land use, disturbance, biological invasions, or pollution) on ecological patterns, processes, and trends at large spatial scales. Expertise could include: ecological consequences of spatial heterogeneity; interactions of large-scale biotic and abiotic factors; system-level approaches to complex dynamics; integration of structure and process across multiple scales; global patterns in ecosystem functions, resilience, or biodiversity; or in the development of theory or data analytics to address large-scale datasets. System-level expertise may be in any area, including terrestrial, aquatic, or linked terrestrial-aquatic systems that range from natural to human-dominated.