Postdoctoral Scholar in Physical Oceanography at Scripps Institution of Oceangraphy, University of California San Diego
A postdoctoral scholar position is available to work with Paola Cessi on the global oceanic circulation, with special emphasis on exchanges between large-scale basins, and in particular between the Indo-Pacific and the Atlantic. The approach is to use a range of models (conceptual box models, primitive-equations computations in simplified geometries) and data sets such as ECCO version 4, to understand the mass, temperature and salinity interbasin exchanges involved in the global overturning circulation.
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Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University invites applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships in the fields of Earth and environmental sciences. Candidates should have recently completed their Ph.D. or should expect to complete their degree requirements by September 2019.
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POSTDOCTORAL position in Physical Oceanography / Ocean Observing, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami.
Applications are invited from candidates with a recent PhD in physical oceanography or similar. Experience in collection and analysis of observed datasets is desirable. The successful candidate will study in situ data sets of the Agulhas Current and Indian Ocean in the context of other measurements and models to assess how the freshwater budget is changing. This project is part of a US-South African collaboration called the Agulhas System Climate Array. This position is available for two years beginning in October 2018, the second year subject to renewal upon performance. Starting salary is $54,000.
Visiting Scientist – Modeler/Code Optimization
This position will be posted until September 7, 2018 or until a sufficient number of applications have been received.
Where You Will Work
The Cooperative Programs for the Advancement of Earth System Science (CPAESS) develops customizable solutions to complex scientific challenges by fostering scientific leadership and workforce, building community collaborations, and facilitating the advancement of research for the benefit of society. CPAESS facilitates and manages scientific research and research-to-operations appointments for early career and expert scientists at US institutions, federal laboratories and program offices. CPAESS collaborates with the community to provide an array of scientific opportunities that promote lifelong professional and workforce development and that fosters a new generation of leaders within the scientific community.
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Job Title: Postdoctoral Fellow
Location: Boulder, CO
Position Term: 2-years, with possibility of extension
This position will be posted until September 28, 2018 or until a sufficient number of applications have been received. Thereafter, applications will be reviewed on an as-needed basis.
Relocation assistance is available for this position.
UCAR/NCAR will sponsor a work visa to fill this position.
Who We Are:
Located in Boulder, Colorado, the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is one of the world’s premier scientific institutions, with an internationally recognized staff and research program dedicated to advancing knowledge, providing community-based resources, and building human capacity in the atmospheric and related sciences. NCAR is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and managed by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR).
What You Will Do:
We invite applications for two postdoctoral fellows to conduct fundamental, process-oriented research as part of NCAR’s pre-field contribution to the Pacific Upwelling and Mixing Physics (PUMP) study, which is part of the NOAA Climate Variability and Predictability Program. PUMP is directed at the complex of interacting oceanic processes that connect the thermocline to the surface in the equatorial Pacific cold tongue.
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We are seeking applications for the role of Professional Officer in the Science Support team at our Secretariat in Copenhagen.
The responsibilities of the Professional Officer will span across departments (science, advice and data) with a primary objective to strengthen the profile and co-ordination of work conducted by ICES expert groups and to further develop ICES capacity for scientific advice. As Professional Officer, you will play a valuable role in facilitating and highlighting ICES science and enabling a stronger integration of scientific developments and ecosystem considerations in our advice.
You will join a dynamic and collaborative international team in Copenhagen, who is committed to providing a welcoming, efficient and rewarding working environment, serving the ICES network, and advancing the scope and impact of marine science. Read more ›
Building a coupled ice-surge-wave forecast modeling system for Western Alaska
Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research
School for Environment and Sustainability
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan
A postdoctoral fellowship is available for a highly qualified individual to work on a NOAA-funded grant that will develop storm surge forecasts for western Alaska. Regional forecasters and the communities they serve in this region are limited in their ability to assess threats from storm events, and have no basis to determine risk, the potential impacts of storms, or to evaluate safe evacuation routes and locations. The region’s complex geography, patterns of atmospheric and ocean circulation, and extensive continental shelf and coastal floodplain leaves many western Alaskan communities vulnerable to flooding events. Read more ›
Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
We are seeking a postdoctoral researcher to work on problems of oceanic circulation dynamics using the Regional Oceanic Modeling System (ROMS) and the spectral Large Eddy Simulator Flow_Solve. The researcher would join a highly experienced group, run by Professor James C. McWilliams, with expertise in computational methods, realistic and idealized simulation of complex flows, and dynamical processes. The focus of the research will be on the interactions between near inertial waves (NIW), mesoscale eddies, and submesoscale fronts and filaments (‘NIW-eddy-front interactions’). Problems of interest include quantifying the degree to which NIW-eddy-front interactions in the mixed-layer, thermocline, and the abyss modify the oceanic Kinetic and Available Potential energy pathways; and determining whether the scattering and dispersion of NIWs by eddies and fronts is crucial to obtaining the commonly observed Garrett- Munk spectrum. The work is partly motivated and supported by a series of field experiments in the North-Atlantic subpolar gyre, south of Iceland. Read more ›
Positions in ocean modeling and data assimilation for improving ocean observation strategies
The Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies, within the University of Miami, invites applications for two positions to take part in the development of ocean modeling and forecasting systems, dedicated to improving ocean observation strategies for multiple processes ranging from extreme events, such as hurricanes, to climate indices.
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