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Environmental physiologists required

John Palmer jpalmer at hort.cri.nz
Wed Aug 2 19:26:34 EST 2000

Research Scientists - New Zealand

As one of New Zealand's leading research and development organisations
HortResearch is well placed to offer an environment where you can
advance your career aspirations. Each of these positions represents an
outstanding opportunity for researchers who are keen to apply their
specialist skills as members of successful, multi-disciplinary research

Environmental Physics/Plant Physiology - Marlborough 

This position will develop and contribute to research on strategies
for the sustainable and equitable use of irrigation water across a
range of crops and soils and the management of cropping potential, with
an emphasis on viticulture.  Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent
research experience in environmental physics or plant physiology, with
an emphasis on water relations and soil transport processes.

Environmental Physics/Soil Microbiology - Palmerston North 

Research skills and mycological expertise will be applied in the
application and development of bioremediation technologies for
the clean-up of PCP-contaminated soils and the assessment of the
potential for remediation of co-contaminants.  A PhD or equivalent
research experience in mycology or soil microbiology will be required.

For further information contact Sylvia Giles, Tel: +64 6 356 8080. 

Applications close on 18 August 2000 and can be emailed to Sylvia
Giles or posted to: Human Resources, HortResearch, Private Bag 11
030, Palmerston North, New Zealand. 

John W. Palmer
Hort Research
Nelson Research Centre
PO Box 220
New Zealand
Tel 03 528 9106: Fax 03 528 7813: Direct dial 03 528 0704
E-mail jpalmer at hort.cri.nz

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