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[Met-jobs] PhD projects in Atmospheric Chemistry, Climate, Meteorology, Oceanography and Environmental Sciences at UEA

From Roland von Glasow <>
Date Fri, 13 Jan 2012 16:49:08 +0000

We are currently advertising PhD projects in the School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia. Please go to:

to see all studentships or search by keyword / supervisor. The advertised projects relevant to this email list include:

- A Climate for Sustainable Viticulture
- Aerosol Trace Metal Chemistry
- Atmospheric Budgets of Gases Relevant to Climate
- Chemistry-cloud-climate links in the Marine Boundary Layer
- Coastal Megacities and their Atmospheric Implications
- Daily temperature data - analysis of homogeneity testing and interpolation methods, and comparison with reanalysis and regional climate model (RCM) output
- Desert salts: Tracers of the ancient atmosphere
- Diagonal tropical convergence zones and their role in global climate
- Fully Funded Studentship: Modelling the Atmospheric Boundary Layer of the High Arctic - Identifying and quantifying previously undetected halocarbons in the atmosphere - Mitigating the risk of variable weather and climate associated with renewable energy penetration in electricity grids. - Novel mass spectrometric techniques for stable isotope measurements in atmospheric halocarbons
- Ocean climatic linkages during millennial-scale events
- Regional Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases
- Sulfur isotopes and the evolution of the atmosphere
- The influence of the stratosphere on the circulation of the oceans
- Tropical ocean-atmosphere interactions in the Indian Ocean: Seaglider observations and ocean modelling

These projects are eligible for funded competitive studentships for UK and EU citizens. The next deadline for applications is

        08 February 2012

but there will be later deadlines if not all studentships have been filled. Please contact the respective supervisors (listed on the web page) for more details.

Best regards,

Roland von Glasow
PGR Admissions Director

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