|From||Ruth Doherty <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Tue, 09 Dec 2014 13:43:55 +0000|
PhD studentships in Atmospheric Science at the University of
The Edinburgh Earth and Environment Doctoral Training Partnership E3 Doctoral Training Programme is pleased to announce the following project opportunities below in Atmospheric Sciences. These projects are currently available for full NERC studentship funding which is competitive by interview AND AVAILABLE ONLY TO UK citizens and to EU citizens who have worked or studied in the UK for the previous 3 years.
Please see our website at http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/e3-phd-projects (you can select atmosphere and climate projects). The deadline for applications is 23rd January 2015.
How do changes in the Indian Ocean region impact Eastern African climate variability and change?
Dr. Massimo A. Bollasina, Prof. Simon Tett, Dr. Ruth Doherty (University of Edinburgh)
Northern Hemisphere blocking: mechanisms, variations, and impacts
Dr. Massimo A. Bollasina, Dr. Ruth Doherty (University of Edinburgh)
Dr. Ruth Doherty (University of Edinburgh), Dr. David Carruthers (CERC)
Atmospheric Composition in Two Contrasting Megacities
Vegetation and nutrient dynamics in a warming Arctic
Dr Richard Essery, Dr Isla Myers-Smith (University of Edinburgh) and Helen Kettle (Bioss).
Causes of regional climate variability over the last millennium
Prof. Gabriele Hegerl, Dr. Rob Wilson, Dr. Andrew Schurer (St Andrews/Edinburgh)
Interpreting Earth’s top of the atmosphere broadband radiation fluxes using numerical modelsProf. Paul Palmer (University of Edinburgh), Dr. Helen Brindley (Imperial College London)
What has driven the increase in atmospheric methane concentrations since 1750?
Prof. David Stevenson (University of Edinburgh), Fiona O'Connor (Met Office, Hadley Centre)
Why do models and observations of tropospheric ozone trends disagree?
Prof. David Stevenson (University of Edinburgh), Dr. Owen Cooper (NOAA Boulder Colorado)
Producing Climate Models that are Consistent with Observations
Prof. Simon Tett (University of Edinburgh) Dr. Coralia Cartis (University of Oxford)
What is the impact of the 20th century “great shift” in aerosols emissions from the Atlantic to Asia?
Prof. Simon Tett, Dr. Massimo Bollasina (University of Edinburgh)
-- Dr Ruth Doherty Reader in Atmospheric Sciences, School of GeoSciences, Crew building, University of Edinburgh, King's buildings, Edinburgh, EH9 3JN. www.geos.ed.ac.uk/homes/rdoherty
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