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[Met-jobs] Postdoc in Bristol - modelling the hydrological cycle in super-warm climates.

From D J Lunt <D.J.Lunt@bristol.ac.uk>
To met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk
Date Mon, 3 Apr 2017 20:58:02 +0100

Dear all,

We are looking to appoint a climate modeller to carry out and
analyse numerical model simulations of the climate of the super-warm Eocene time period (~50 million years ago), with a focus on the hydrological cycle.

These simulations and the associated analysis will contribute to a
European Research Council grant awarded to Prof Rich Pancost (“TGRES -
The Greenhouse Earth System”).  Details of the wider project and the
modelling component are available from the Co-investigator on the
project, Dan Lunt.

The successful candidate will have experience in numerical modelling
of the weather/climate, and a background in geoscientific numerical
modelling. Experience in numerical modelling of past climates is
desirable.

Further particulars, and a link for applying, are here:
<https://goo.gl/zwoHGi>

The post is available to start as soon as possible after  1st May 2017, with fixed funding until 31 December 2018.

For informal enquiries please contact Dan Lunt, d.j.lunt@bristol.ac.uk.

yours,
Dan

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Dan Lunt                                  Tel: +44 (0) 117 33 17483
Professor of Climate Science  
http://www.bristol.ac.uk/geography/people/dan-j-lunt
School of Geographical Sciences
University of Bristol               d.j.lunt@bristol.ac.uk
University Road                    http://www.bridge.bris.ac.uk
Bristol BS8 1SS                   http://www.bris.ac.uk/cabot

GEOSCIENTIFIC MODEL DEVELOPMENT - AN EGU JOURNAL FOR
DESCRIPTIONS OF MODELS OF THE EARTH SYSTEM
http://www.geoscientific-model-development.net
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