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[Met-jobs] Postdoc Position in Climate: Utah State University

From "S.-Y. Simon Wang" <>
Date Wed, 14 Dec 2011 22:08:13 -0700

Postdoctoral Researcher Position in Climate Diagnostics and/or Modeling


A postdoctoral researcher position is available through the Utah Climate Center and the Department of Plants, Soils & ClimateUtah State University. The person will join a research project aimed at producing an improved dynamical downscaling for climate simulations and/or understanding climate cycles of the Western United States, as well as tropical regions around the world.  The position is open immediately until filled.


  • Perform numerical simulations with regional climate models such as the Weather Research & Forecasting (WRF) model.
  • Cooperate in current efforts to use various time statistical and dynamical analyses to quantify the magnitude and frequencies of drought and wet episodes.
  • Identify large-scale atmospheric and oceanic features at appropriate spatial and temporal scales that connect with the cyclical variations in wet and dry periods.


  • An earned Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences or Meteorology, with good quantitative skills.
  • Interest in the studies of global and regional climate.
  • Knowledge and experience of mesoscale and/or climate models.
  • Experience in analyzing large simulation data sets, such as global and regional reanalyses.
  • Well-developed computer and software programming skill set such as FORTRAN, GrADS, or NCL.

Salary: Up to $45,000 annual plus excellent benefit.

The initial term for this position will be for two years with a potential for renewal based on performance and funding availability. For further information, contact Prof. Jiming Jin (Jiming.Jin@usu.eduor Prof. Simon Wang ( Interested candidates should provide with (1) a cover letter describing research interests and experience, (2) curriculum vita, and (3) names and contact information for two references.

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