July 2020
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[Met-jobs] Research scientist position at PNNL: Hydrologic and Regional Climate Modeling

From "Berg, Larry K" <>
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Date Tue, 7 Jul 2020 00:33:31 +0000

Could you please send out the following post?






The Atmospheric Sciences and Global Change Division at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) seeks research scientists to perform modeling and analysis of terrestrial systems, with a particular focus on surface and subsurface hydrology and interactions with biogeochemistry. Perturbations from climate and human activities may significantly alter the hydrologic regimes inland and in the coastal zone, with consequences for the biogeochemical cycle and terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Changes in hydrologic regimes may provide feedbacks to regional climate motivating the need to study the coupled hydrologic-climate system as a whole.  The incumbent will work on one or more of the following research areas:

  • Improve modeling of surface and subsurface hydrologic processes and their interactions with biogeochemistry in earth system models
  • Develop and improve the use of unstructured grids to facilitate coupling between the land, river, and ocean models
  • Improve regional climate modeling including coupling of the atmosphere, land, wetland/lake in coastal regions
  • Evaluate the models using observation data and demonstrate their scalability across a wide range of scales appropriate for earth system modeling


The incumbent will work in close collaboration with a team of earth system modelers, atmospheric scientists, ecologists and hydrologists at PNNL and other DOE national laboratories and universities.

When applying please include the following in a single document to""> or

  • Cover letter describing your research experience and interests;
  • Curriculum vitae with list of publications in refereed journals;
  • Names and addresses of three references.



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