|From||"Renault, Lionel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Thu, 19 Jan 2017 14:36:25 +0000|
Postdoctoral position in Regional Earth System Modeling at UCLA
The UCLA Dept. of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences has received a 5-year NSF Collaborative Research award for assessment of the future evolution of the four Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems (EBUS). This project aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the consequences of climate change and its interplay with decadal variability over the coming decades in coastal upwelling systems. As described below, UCLA seeks one postdoctoral scholar to work on this project.
The postdoctoral scholars will oversee continued development and application of atmospheric (WRF) and oceanic (ROMS) components, including physical and biogeochemical aspects (BEC model). Development activities will concentrate mainly on improvement of the coupled model, while applications include analyses of coastal air-sea interaction, and mechanisms of climate change (e.g., cloud response, wind, upwelling, biogeochemical response). The position will be supervised by Dr. Lionel Renault and will also involve collaboration with other faculty and researchers within UCLA (Profs. Alex Hall and Jim McWilliams, Drs. Sebastien Masson and Fayçal Kessouri) and University of Washington (Prof. Curtis Deutsch). The position is available for one year, initially, and will be renewable on an annual basis. It is available immediately, although the start date is negotiable.
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