|From||"Lu, Jian" <Jian.Lu@pnnl.gov>|
|Date||Mon, 9 Sep 2019 15:27:47 +0000|
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is recruiting four postdoctoral scientists to conduct innovative research in analysis and modeling of water cycle variability and change.
As part of the Water Cycle and Climate Extremes Modeling scientific focus area of Department of Energy, research is being undertaken to advance predictive understanding of water cycle processes and their subseasonal-to-multidecadal variations and changes using models, observations, and novel numerical experiments and analysis methods. PNNL is recruiting four postdoctoral scientists to perform research on a range of topics:
The selected candidate will work with a team of scientists to address science questions broadly related to precipitation and extreme events, convection, interactions between convection and large-scale circulation, and monsoon and other tropical circulations.
The position is for two years and renewable contingent upon performance. The successful candidates should have a Ph.D. degree in atmospheric science, geophysical fluid dynamics, climate modeling, or related fields. Experiences in numerical modeling using global and/or regional models and ability to analyze model outputs and observations using modern computational and statistical tools will be considered as key qualifications during the evaluation. To apply, please include the following in a single document:
* Cover letter describing the applicant’s research experience and interests.
* Curriculum vitae with a list of publications in refereed journals.
* Names and addresses of three references.
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