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Climate Research Scientist (iESM)
Lead a project developing a research program around the iESM (integrated Earth System Model). IESM will be one of the first state-of-the-art climate models to treat economic and climate processes in a single unified framework, with the goal of assessing sustainability of bioenergy over the 21st century. (more…)
Climate Postdoctoral Fellow (iESM)
Work as a postdoctoral fellow on the development of iESM (integrated Earth System Model). This researcher will focus on the Community Land Model (CLM), the land-surface component of the iESM; develop and test parameterizations in the CLM, analyze feedbacks between the atmosphere and the terrestrial (more…)
Climate Research or Staff Scientist (Extreme Weather)
Lead a project to advance the science of modeling the earth’s climate and to develop one’s own independent line of research. Be part of an active intellectual environment in the Earth Sciences and Computational Research Divisions. Contribute to the understanding of the mechanisms response for extreme(more…)
Climate Postdoctoral Fellow (Extreme Weather)
Work as a postdoctoral fellow on a joint project with the Earth Sciences and Computational Research Divisions to improve models of the earth’s climate. Statistical analyses of observed extreme weather will be compared to climate model simulations of the past and the future to ascertain and to improve credibility of (more…)