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Co-production of Geoscience, Local and traditional Knowledge
The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) invites applications for a postdoctoral research position in the production, integration, and utilization of local and traditional knowledge for permafrost studies in Nunavut. The fixed-term position is available immediately and extends until March 2020. The position will be located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Given local and traditional knowledge (LTK) collected as part of existing GSC activities, the successful candidate will explore methods of integrating LTK with geological, geophysical, and permafrost data to better understand landscape change and land-use hazards in terms of infrastructure development and community sustainability. The candidate will develop recommendations for co-production of geoscience and LTK in future GSC activities.
This position is open to all eligible international applicants, subject to security screening.
Application deadline: Open until filled
Position start date: Immediately
How to apply: http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/careers/17880
For more information about the project, contact:
Phone: 613 943-4245
Greg A. Oldenborger
Phone: 613 943-4288
University of Manitoba/CEOS/Student Postings
Centre for Earth Observation Science page: umanitoba.ca/faculties/environment/departments/ceos/