|From||Rosie Davis <email@example.com>|
|Date||Wed, 30 May 2012 13:59:34 -0700|
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The Center at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for Integrative Modeling of the Earth System (CLIMES) has an exciting opportunity for a postdoctoral researcher to advance the simulation of hydrometeorological extremes during the 21stcentury using advanced multiscale models of the climate system. The researcher would join a rapidly expanding team at LBNL conducting innovative research in abrupt and extreme climate change, ice-sheet simulation, carbon and methane cycle measurement and modeling, integrated assessment, and advanced numerical methods for climate dynamics. The researcher will investigate several key issues required for reliable projections of droughts and precipitation extremes including the future evolution of continental convection, the storm tracks, and the North American monsoon. The individual will work closely with climate scientists and applied mathematicians at LBNL and other DOE National Laboratories in support of a multi-institutional collaboration supported by DOE’s climate and environmental sciences research program. The selected candidate will report to the institutional principal investigator of this project who also heads LBNL’s Climate Sciences Department, the Carbon and Climate Program, and CLIMES.
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