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[Met-jobs] Postdoctoral research opportunity on coupled regional climate modelling

From Stefan Sobolowski <stefan.sobolowski@uni.no>
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Date Mon, 28 Nov 2016 14:56:28 +0100

Please distribute widely. Interested candidates may contact me (stefan.sobolowski@uni.no) or Asgeir Sorteberg (asgeir.sorteberg@uni.no) for additional information. Many thanks!

There is a vacancy for a researcher position at the Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen in the intersection of regional climate dynamics, glaciology and hydrology. The position is for a period of 2 years under the project “Investigating the future evolution of Norwegian glaciers and hydrological impacts: an integrated modelling approach (EVOGLAC)” funded by the Research Council of Norway.

 

About the project/work tasks
EVOGLAC is a major interdisciplinary effort to establish a fully coupled atmosphere-glacier-hydrological modelling system, which will allow researchers and decision-makers to gain deeper understanding the future evolution of glaciers and glaciated watersheds. The researcher will be responsible for performing high resolution modelling simulations and a component-wise (atmosphere-glacier-hydrology) evaluation and validation of the modelling systems for a well-observed glacier in Norway. The researcher will further perform sensitivity experiments to investigate the sensitivity of the atmosphere-glacier-hydrological environment to changes in climate.

The application deadline is Jan. 31; start date is flexible but cannot be later than Sep. 2017. For more details about the position, instructions on how to submit an application, and contact information, please see: https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/131351/researcher-position-in-regional-climate-modelling-at-the-geophysical-institute-university-of-bergen

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Stefan Sobolowski, Ph.D.
Research Scientist II
Uni Research Climate & the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research
112 Nygårdsgaten 5008, Bergen, Norway
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