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[Met-jobs] Postdoctoral Research Fellows, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

From Steven Siems <steven.siems@monash.edu>
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Date Fri, 2 Mar 2012 11:47:30 +1100

Postdoctoral Research Fellows (2)

Monash University, Melbourne, Australia


Applications are invited for 2 two-year fixed term postdoctoral Research Fellows to study cloud systems originating over the Southern Ocean and their impact on the wintertime precipitation across southeast Australia and Tasmania. Such systems have been observed by satellites (CALIOP, MODIS) to commonly be composed of supercooled liquid water. Limited in-situ observations have identified high supercooled liquid water events in the alpine regions. The first position will develop a climatology of the microphysics of these events from an array of remote and in-situ observations. The second position will employ these observations to evaluate and develop the microphysics in the Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (ACCESS). Both positions will work as part of a team involving scientists at Monash University, the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research (CAWCR), Snowy Hydro and Hydro Tasmania.  The successful applicant should be an active researcher with a PhD (or equivalent) in atmospheric science or a related discipline.


For more Information, including how to apply, see: <http://www.monash.edu.au/jobs/>

Job No: 500626

Salary (in Australian Dollars): $76,254 - $81,851 pa (includes employer superannuation of 9%) 

Enquiries:  Assoc Prof. Steve Siems on steven.siems@monash.edu. or +61 3 9905 4406


Applications Close: Sunday 25 March 2012


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A/Prof Steve Siems
Monash Weather and Climate
School of Mathematical Sciences
Monash University, VIC 3800 Australia
(03) 9905 4406




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