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[Met-jobs] Open Positions for Research Fellows and Post-docs at the APEC Climate Center

From "Roger Brugge" <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Wed, 21 Nov 2012 09:07:32 +0000

The vacancies are summarised below, but the full announcements are available on 
the APCC website (http://apcc21.org/eng/notice/opp/japcc0503_lst.jsp). Please 
look at the attached job description for more details.

<JOB ANNOUNCEMENT>

Open Positions for Research Fellows and Post-docs at the APEC Climate Center

The APEC Climate Center (APCC), located in Busan, Korea, is looking for 
motivated scientists for the areas described below:

● Climate variability and predictability

- Monitoring and Analysis of climate variability and extreme events (e.g. 
drought and flood)

- Understanding and enhancing climate predictability (ensemble prediction, 
probabilistic forecasting, multi model ensemble forecasting, and statistical 
post-processing and calibration) for the subseasonal to decadal time scales

- Numerical modeling of coupled climate systems (atmosphere, ocean, land 
surface, sea-ice, and etc) and its initialization

● Assessment of climate change impacts and climate applications

- In-depth analysis of climate change scenarios in the Asia-Pacific region

- Application of climate information to climate-sensitive sectors (Agriculture, 
Water resources, Energy, Health, Economics, etc.) to minimize climate risk, to 
help APEC member economies’ plan for adverse and beneficial climate events, and 
to achieve development goals

- Developing climate information services for various users

Attachment: Job_description_Research Fellow_APCC_Final.doc
Description: Job_description_Research Fellow_APCC_Final.doc

Attachment: Application Form for Research Fellow and Postdocs.doc
Description: Application Form for Research Fellow and Postdocs.doc



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