Applications are sought for a Post Doc to participate in a project designed to quantify and attribute variability and trends in aerosol characteristics of relevance to climate forcing.
The selected applicant will conduct numerical modeling using WRF-Chem and participate in statistical analyses of reanalysis and remote sensing data.
Specific responsibilities (and approximate effort allocation) include:
(55%) Conduct simulations with WRF-Chem over North America.
(20%) Conduct model performance analyses using remote sensing observations and reanalysis products
(10%) Archive model output and remote sensing data using best-practice data provenance procedures
(15%) Develop publication-quality research manuscripts
The successful applicant will hold a Ph.D. in atmospheric science, engineering or related subject. Experience with WRF-Chem is essential, familiarity with geospatial analysis of large data sets, and programming in Fortran and Matlab is desirable.
One year term position with possibility of renewal.
Applications will be considered until the position is filled but those received by 7 April 2019 will receive full consideration.
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