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[Met-jobs] Physical Oceanography postdoc vacancy at British Antarctic Survey

From "Abrahamsen, Povl" <epab@bas.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Wed, 6 Jul 2016 14:04:55 +0000

The British Antarctic Survey is seeking a physical oceanographer to work on an 
exciting, multi-institute programme investigating the export of dense waters 
that form around Antarctica.  The post holder will work with data from a large 
array of oceanographic moorings that have been deployed at the northern edge of 
the Weddell Sea, and will conduct analyses that inform on the throughflow and 
mixing of these waters as they enter the lower limb of the Atlantic overturning 
circulation.

This is a 22-month postdoc position, including participation in a Southern 
Ocean research cruise in March-April 2017, to be conducted from RRS James Clark 
Ross. The post holder will be based at BAS Cambridge, and the role will involve 
collaboration with leading scientists from the University of Southampton, Woods 
Hole Oceanographic Institution, and GFDL Princeton.

Further details can be found at

https://www.bas.ac.uk/jobs/vacancy/physical-oceanographer-moorings-cambridge/

The deadline for applications is 24 July, with interviews scheduled to take 
place on the week of 8 Aug; we hope the successful candidate can start on 1 Dec.

Potential candidates are very welcome to contact Povl Abrahamsen 
(epab@bas.ac.uk) or Mike Meredith (mmm@bas.ac.uk) with any questions about the 
role.




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