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[Met-jobs] PhD projects in Atmospheric Sciences in GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh

From Ruth Doherty <ruth.doherty@ed.ac.uk>
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Date Sat, 2 Dec 2017 16:33:08 +0000


The following Atmospheric Sciences
PhD projects being advertised in the School of GeoSciences at the University of Edinburgh under the NERC Edinburgh E3 Doctoral Training Program for 2018 are listed below.

Please see http://e3dtp.geos.ed.ac.uk/ and contact the relevant supervisors directly if interested (https://www.geos.ed.ac.uk/people/allstaff.html). The deadline for applications is Thursday 11 January 2018, 12pm.

Atmospheric Science Projects:

"Anticyclones and blocking in Europe and their impacts on air pollution and heatwaves"
Prof Ruth Doherty, Dr Kevin Hodges, Dr Massimo Bollasina, Prof Gabi Hegerl

How is Air Quality in China influenced by Climate Variability?
Prof Ruth Doherty,  Prof Oliver Wild, Dr Fiona O’Connor, Dr Massimo Bollasina

 Do future reductions in Asian aerosol emissions matter for regional and global climate?

Dr Massimo Bollasina, Prof Ruth Doherty

Mechanisms and effects of decadal climate variability
Prof Gabi Hegerl, Prof. Simon Tett

Statistical modelling changes in climate extremes
Dr Ioannis Papastathopoulos, Prof Gabi Hegerl

Mathematical models of urban dispersion
Prof Jacques Vanneste, Prof Ruth Doherty

Quantifying  the  role  of  the  transport  sector  on  observed  variations  of  PM2.5  over  the
National Capital Territory of Delhi, India.
Prof Paul Palmer

Atmospheric composition change through an isotopic lens
Dr Tim Arnold, Prof Paul Palmer

Using  the Met  Office   Unified  Model   and UKCA   to study the Earth’s Phanerozoic atmosphere as an analogue for Earth-like exoplanets
Prof Paul Palmer, Nathan Mayne, Ken Rice
.
How much have human influences changed the risk of extreme precipitation events?
Prof. Simon Tett, Prof Gabi Hegerl, Dr Michael Wehner

Does Outgoing Radiation Constrain Climate Feedbacks?
Prof. Simon Tett, Dr Cora Cartis, Prof Gabi Hegerl,

Microwave remote sensing of snow and the lower atmosphere in polar regions
Dr Richrad Essery, Dr Noel Gourmelen, Dr Chawn Harlow
-- 
Professor Ruth Doherty
Chair in Atmospheric Sciences,
School of GeoSciences,
University of Edinburgh,
Crew building,
Alexander Crum Brown Road
Edinburgh 
EH9 3FF 
ph: +44 (0)131-650-6759.
www.geos.ed.ac.uk/homes/rdoherty

The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in
Scotland, with registration number SC005336.


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