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[Met-jobs] PhD scholarships in Antarctic Climate Research at the University of Canterbury (New Zealand)

From "Roger Brugge" <>
To "" <>
Date Thu, 2 May 2013 11:22:18 +0000

Forwarded from CLIMLIST...

PhD scholarships on offer for Antarctic climate research projects in the
Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Canterbury, New

We currently have a number of atmospheric science research projects
relevant to Antarctic climate available for qualified graduate students.
These projects focus on understanding how greenhouse gases have impacted
Antarctic climate, identifying changes in atmospheric circulation
patterns in the Ross Sea and examining the role of atmospheric forcing
on the formation of sea ice.

The projects on offer are international in nature with close links to
researchers in the United States and Australia. These projects are
highly likely to involve fieldwork in Antarctica..

More information on the department can be found at

Successful applicants will be offered a PhD scholarship from the
Department and will be supported in their application for a more
prestigious PhD scholarship from the University of Canterbury.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to view the admission requirements
for postgraduate study at the University of Canterbury, which can be
found at


Enquiries and applications should be made electronically to Dr Adrian
McDonald (<>)

Applicants for the Scholarships should send a full CV including a full
University transcript listing grades and classes awarded for their
degree. Candidates with English as a second language should also provide
evidence that you meet the English language requirements for admission
to the University of Canterbury.
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The closing date for applications is 30th May 2013

A brief description about living in Christchurch can be found at:


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