Two Postdoc Openings in Climate Intervention Research
The Marine Cloud Brightening (MCB) Project <https://faculty.washington.edu/robwood2/wordpress/?page_id=954>
at the University of Washington has two postdoc openings in climate intervention research:
The MCB Project is a research program studying interventions to cool climate through increasing the reflection of sunlight from clouds
and the effects of aerosol particles on clouds and climate. Led by Professor Robert Wood in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences
at the UW, the MCB Project is a collaboration of over 25 researchers from the University of Washington, Palo Alto Research Center,
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and other institutions.
One postdoc position will focus on global and regional modeling studies to explore environmental impacts of cloud brightening from
deliberate injections of sea-salt aerosol into the marine environment. We are especially interested in candidates who have experience
in one or more of the following areas: numerical modeling, climate dynamics, aerosol-cloud interactions, cloud or aerosol physics,
observationally-based model evaluation. More information and a link for applications can be found at <https://apply.interfolio.com/78131>.
The other postdoc position will focus on Large Eddy Simulation and cloud resolving modeling studies to test the efficacy of cloud brightening
with deliberate injections of sea-salt aerosol. We are especially interested in candidates who have experience in one or more of the following areas:
numerical modeling, aerosol-cloud interactions, cloud physics, observationally-based model evaluation. More information and a link for application
can be found at <https://apply.interfolio.com/75537>.
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