Vegetation mapping in the California desert.
Current Positions Available
University of Oregon Postdoctoral Scholar
A postdoctoral position in community ecology is available in the research group of Lauren Hallett at the University of Oregon. The successful candidate will be part of a USDA-funded project to explore how soil amendments and rainfall variability affect the resilience of ecosystem services in California rangelands. Incumbent will prepare results for publications and present findings at relevant scientific meetings.
Rangeland Carbon Quantification and Protocol Development Expert
Part-time, approximately 6 month assignment, San Francisco, CA.
Terra Global Capital, LLC seeking part-time position in support of a USDA NRCS grant focused on increasing the awareness and adoption of environmental markets and conservation among livestock producers in the Western United States. As a part of this grant, Terra is developing a carbon market protocol to quantify the GHG impacts of the implementation of NRCS best practices for range and pasturelands, and will use this protocol to generate verified GHG offsets from an aggregated group of ranches. The Rangeland Carbon Quantification and Protocol Development Expert will support this effort by providing technical expertise in the areas of range and pastureland ecology, regenerative range and pastureland management, grazing systems and GHG quantification and accounting. The preferred candidate has a minimum of 15 years experience in a professional or academic setting with the abovementioned focus areas. This position is ideally based out of San Francisco but a remote position will be considered for the right candidate. Interested candidates please send CV and cover letter to HR@terraglobalcapital.com.