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[Met-jobs] Climate Scientist Positions at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (USA)

From "Roger Brugge" <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Fri, 28 Sep 2012 18:40:36 +0000

Forwarded from CLIMLIST...

1. Opportunity for Atmospheric Scientist – High Resolution Climate
Modeling (Level II/III) at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is recruiting an
atmospheric scientist to work on projects related to high resolution
climate modeling using global and regional climate models. The selected
candidate will work with a team of climate modelers on evaluating global
and regional approaches to high resolution modeling and apply the models
to understand water cycle processes, including the role of clouds and
land-atmosphere and/or atmosphere-ocean interactions on water cycle
variations and extremes. A Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science or related
subjects is required. Candidates with experience in regional and global
climate models, terrestrial and cloud process modeling, and familiarity
with high performance computing are preferred. Applications need to include

* Cover letter describing the applicant’s research experience and interests.
* Curriculum vitae with a list of publications in refereed journals.
* Names and addresses of three references.

Interested candidates can obtain additional information from Ruby Leung
(ruby.leung@pnnl.gov<mailto:ruby.leung@pnnl.gov>).

2. Opportunity for Climate Scientist – Modeling Regional-Scale Air-Sea
Interactions and Ocean Processes (Level II) at the Pacific Northwest
National Laboratory

The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is recruiting a climate
scientist to work on projects related to modeling air-sea interactions
and ocean processes at the regional scale. The selected candidate will
workwith a team of climate modelers on developing and applying regional
coupledatmosphere-ocean models to (a) study the role of air-sea
interactions on tropical cyclone intensification and projecting future
changes, and (b) investigate linkages among atmosphere, land, and ocean
and their role on water cycle processes in climate sensitive regions
such as the Amazon. A Ph.D. inAtmospheric Science, Oceanography, or
related subjects is required. Candidates with experience in coupled
atmosphere-ocean models, analysis and modeling of tropical cyclones, and
familiarity with high performance computing are preferred. Applications
need to include

* Cover letter describing the applicant’s research experience and interests.
* Curriculum vitae with a list of publications in refereed journals.
* Names and addresses of three references.

Interested candidates can obtain additional information from Ruby Leung
(ruby.leung@pnnl.gov<mailto:ruby.leung@pnnl.gov>).



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