Post-Doc Program

NASA Ames Research center has many exciting post-doctoral opportunities in the study of earth’s climate and ecology. NASA's post-doc program (NPP) is being coordinated by Oak Ridge Associated Universities. Information of a general nature can be found at http://nasa.orau.org/postdoc/. Summaries of current research at Ames are listed below with the name and contact of the sponsor. You can click on some of these to get more information. Plase contact the sponsor if you have any questions about a particular research topic.

Briefly, a candidate needs to prepare a proposal (15 page max) and a summary of past activities by one of the three annual deadlines (March 1st, July 1st, or November 1st). The application will be reviewed and selections made two to three months following the deadline.
 

Biomass Combustion Research in Ecosystem Process
Jim Brass
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Focused Analysis of Global Smog Chemistry Using NASA’s Rich Satellite and Aircraft Datasets
Robert Chatfield
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Land Surface Characterization for Global Modeling
Jennifer Dungan
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Remote Sensing of Coral Reef Health
Liane Guild
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Laboratory Studies of Atmospheric Heterogeneous and Multiphase Chemistry
Laura Iraci
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Atmospheric Chemical and Dynamical Studies Using Tunable Infrared Diode-Laser Spectroscopy
Max Loewenstein & Jim Podolske
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Ecological Forecasting
Rama Nemani
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Meteorological Studies
Lenny Pfister
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Biogeochemical Cycling in Terrestrial Ecosystems
Chris Potter
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Modeling and Measurement of Ecosystem Trace Gas Fluxes
Chris Potter
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Regional Dynamics in Trace-Gas Flux in High-Latitude Ecosystems
Chris Potter & Vern Vanderbilt
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Trace-Gas Fluxes from Tropical Forest Ecosystems
Chris Potter
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Remote Measurements and Radiative/Climatic Effects of Atmospheric Constituents
Jens Redemann & Philip Russell
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Atmospheric Trace-Gas Measurements
Hanwant Singh
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Tropospheric Chemistry Studies
Hanwant Singh
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Biological Information in Optical Spectra
Vern Vanderbilt
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