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2.5 year PostDoc position in ocean-sea ice biogeochemical modelling at the University of Victoria (H2020 CRiceS project)October 18, 2021 11:52 am Comments Off on 2.5 year PostDoc position in ocean-sea ice biogeochemical modelling at the University of Victoria (H2020 CRiceS project)
We are looking for a PostDoc to join our Arctic Ocean biogeochemical modelling team. The position is part of the Horizon2020 CRiceS “Climate relevant interactions and feedbacks: the key role of sea-ice and snow in the polar and global climate system” research project and focusses on modelling the production and exchange of climate active gases and biogenic material in ice-covered region. More specifically, the position aims at improving biogeochemical processes in the ocean, sea-ice and snow using a NEMO based... View Article
The 2021 CEX annual workshop will be held virtually on November 16 and 17. The main focus of the two days will be a virtual poster and networking hall - very similar to last year’s successful online poster sessions using the Remo platform.
There are exciting opportunities for PhD projects in the Climate Change Research Centre and the School of Mathematics and Statistics at UNSW as part of the ARC Australian Centre for Excellence in Antarctic Science (ACEAS). What: The goal of ACEAS is to help the world community prepare for climate risks emerging from East Antarctica and the Southern Ocean by integrating knowledge of the ocean, atmosphere, cryosphere and ecosystems, and their interplay. ACEAS is a national-scale, University-led centre for excellence in Antarctic science... View Article
Australian researchers in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes have made major contributions to the 2021 IPCC Working Group 1 report, through the authorship of the report, review and the many scientific papers cited in the report.
Applications should be sent by email to Amelia.Tandy@csiro.au by COB Friday 13th August. Overview The National Environmental Science Program (NESP) Phase 2 Climate Systems Hub will help shape national resilience through a climate research program targeting practical on-ground results integrated across Australia’s broader risk and resilience initiatives. The Climate Systems Hub will seek to further develop Australia’s climate science capability while working directly with adaptation practitioners. The Hub will have an applied science program delivering both climate science and adaptation... View Article
Irrespective of tipping points, climate change adaptation efforts will be less costly and disruptive to society – and will stand a better chance of success – if warming can be limited to 1.5°C rather than 2°C or higher. We therefore in no way advocate for policies that forgo pursuing the ambition to limit global warming to 1.5°C, regardless of whether that target remains feasible or not.
The University of the Balearic Islands (Spain) is seeking a highly motivated PhD candidate to work on sub-hourly precipitation extremes using convection-permitting models. The project is aimed at understanding the processes that will contribute to future potential changes in sub-hourly rainfall extremes over the Mediterranean region, which is frequently exposed to very high-impact severe weather conditions.
Seeking someone with advanced MatLab-coding skills. Mathematics, engineering and computing background desirable. Ideally, you would have experience solving multi-objective optimisation problems for complex systems.