|From||Roger Brugge <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Mon, 30 Oct 2017 14:32:06 +0000|
Forwarded from CLIMLIST...
The Department of Geography at the University of California Santa
Barbara invites applications of highly qualified students for the Ph.D.
program. Students interested in Climate Sciences may select from a wide
range of research topics.
-- Dr. Leila Carvalho: regional and large-scale climate variability and
modeling, global climate change, monsoon systems, mesoscale meteorology
and fire-weather regimes and mesoscale modeling.
-- Dr. Timothy DeVries: Global modeling of ocean carbon and nutrient
cycles; Ocean circulation; Ocean carbon uptake and ocean acidification;
Ocean heat uptake; Feedbacks between ocean processes and climate change
-- Dr. Qinghua Ding: Polar climate variability, tropical-extratropical
teleconnections, paleoclimate, climate change, large-scale
atmosphere-ocean interactions and coupled climate modeling.
-- Dr. Charles Jones: climate variability and change, regional and
global modeling, Madden-Julian Oscillation, El Nino/Southern
Oscillation, extreme precipitation, predictability, fire-weather
modeling and monsoon systems.
The Dept. of Geography at UCSB is internationally recognized as one of
the best Departments of Geography in the world, and has been ranked
among the top doctoral programs in the U.S. by a variety of indices for
the last 15 years (<http://www.geog.ucsb.edu/>). Accepted PhD students
are offered comprehensive financial packages as research and teaching
assistantships covering monthly stipends, tuition and fees.
For more information about the Department and contact information,
please visit our
website: <https://geog.ucsb.edu/>. Applications need to be received by
15 December 2017.
UCSB is one of only 61 USA institutions elected to membership in the
prestigious Association of American Universities and is located on a
beautiful campus in southern California <www.ucsb.edu <http://www.ucsb.edu>>
Dr. Charles Jones
Department of Geography and
Earth Research Institute (ERI)
University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3060
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