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Antarctica

Why did Antarctic sea ice area expand even as the rest of the globe warmed?

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Antarctic sea ice area has been a conundrum for climate scientists: why did it expand in area from 1979 (when the satellite record began) to 2015, even as the rest of the globe warmed, and Arctic sea ice area retreated to historical lows? In my recent talk at the American Meteorological Society meeting on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography (May 2019), I presented recent work done in collaboration with Lorenzo Polvani (Columbia University) and Phil Rasch (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US DOE Office of Science) on this very topic.

Arctic

Two Post-Doctoral Positions: Coastal Ocean Modeling for our Blue Carbon Future

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We are looking for two postdoctoral researchers to join our group, as part of a larger collaborative effort on the Blue Carbon Potential of Canada’s Coastal Oceans. See the description below. Note that the expertise required for each position is different: the first position is in coastal ocean modelling (using ROMS), and the second position is in dynamical downscaling of Earth System Model output. Please apply by December 1, 2021 for full consideration for these positions.

Artificial Intelligence

Postdoctoral Position in AI/ML for Engineering Optimal Global-Scale Climate Interventions

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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in climate dynamics, interest in climate engineering, and enthusiasm for AI to join our research group! See the description below. Please apply by November 21, 2021 for full consideration for this position. The ideal start date is January 1, 2022, though a slightly later start may be possible.

CICE

Two Post-Doctoral Positions: Coastal Ocean Modeling for our Blue Carbon Future

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We are looking for two postdoctoral researchers to join our group, as part of a larger collaborative effort on the Blue Carbon Potential of Canada’s Coastal Oceans. See the description below. Note that the expertise required for each position is different: the first position is in coastal ocean modelling (using ROMS), and the second position is in dynamical downscaling of Earth System Model output. Please apply by December 1, 2021 for full consideration for these positions.

Canada

Two Post-Doctoral Positions: Coastal Ocean Modeling for our Blue Carbon Future

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We are looking for two postdoctoral researchers to join our group, as part of a larger collaborative effort on the Blue Carbon Potential of Canada’s Coastal Oceans. See the description below. Note that the expertise required for each position is different: the first position is in coastal ocean modelling (using ROMS), and the second position is in dynamical downscaling of Earth System Model output. Please apply by December 1, 2021 for full consideration for these positions.

Climate Change

Postdoctoral Position in AI/ML for Engineering Optimal Global-Scale Climate Interventions

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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in climate dynamics, interest in climate engineering, and enthusiasm for AI to join our research group! See the description below. Please apply by November 21, 2021 for full consideration for this position. The ideal start date is January 1, 2022, though a slightly later start may be possible.

Climate Dynamics

Climate Interventions

Postdoctoral Position in AI/ML for Engineering Optimal Global-Scale Climate Interventions

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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in climate dynamics, interest in climate engineering, and enthusiasm for AI to join our research group! See the description below. Please apply by November 21, 2021 for full consideration for this position. The ideal start date is January 1, 2022, though a slightly later start may be possible.

Climate Projections

Two Post-Doctoral Positions: Coastal Ocean Modeling for our Blue Carbon Future

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We are looking for two postdoctoral researchers to join our group, as part of a larger collaborative effort on the Blue Carbon Potential of Canada’s Coastal Oceans. See the description below. Note that the expertise required for each position is different: the first position is in coastal ocean modelling (using ROMS), and the second position is in dynamical downscaling of Earth System Model output. Please apply by December 1, 2021 for full consideration for these positions.

Coastal Oceans

Two Post-Doctoral Positions: Coastal Ocean Modeling for our Blue Carbon Future

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We are looking for two postdoctoral researchers to join our group, as part of a larger collaborative effort on the Blue Carbon Potential of Canada’s Coastal Oceans. See the description below. Note that the expertise required for each position is different: the first position is in coastal ocean modelling (using ROMS), and the second position is in dynamical downscaling of Earth System Model output. Please apply by December 1, 2021 for full consideration for these positions.

Forced Response

Why did Antarctic sea ice area expand even as the rest of the globe warmed?

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Antarctic sea ice area has been a conundrum for climate scientists: why did it expand in area from 1979 (when the satellite record began) to 2015, even as the rest of the globe warmed, and Arctic sea ice area retreated to historical lows? In my recent talk at the American Meteorological Society meeting on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography (May 2019), I presented recent work done in collaboration with Lorenzo Polvani (Columbia University) and Phil Rasch (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US DOE Office of Science) on this very topic.

Geoengineering

Postdoctoral Position in AI/ML for Engineering Optimal Global-Scale Climate Interventions

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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in climate dynamics, interest in climate engineering, and enthusiasm for AI to join our research group! See the description below. Please apply by November 21, 2021 for full consideration for this position. The ideal start date is January 1, 2022, though a slightly later start may be possible.

Historical Record

Why did Antarctic sea ice area expand even as the rest of the globe warmed?

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Antarctic sea ice area has been a conundrum for climate scientists: why did it expand in area from 1979 (when the satellite record began) to 2015, even as the rest of the globe warmed, and Arctic sea ice area retreated to historical lows? In my recent talk at the American Meteorological Society meeting on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography (May 2019), I presented recent work done in collaboration with Lorenzo Polvani (Columbia University) and Phil Rasch (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US DOE Office of Science) on this very topic.

Machine Learning

Postdoctoral Position in AI/ML for Engineering Optimal Global-Scale Climate Interventions

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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in climate dynamics, interest in climate engineering, and enthusiasm for AI to join our research group! See the description below. Please apply by November 21, 2021 for full consideration for this position. The ideal start date is January 1, 2022, though a slightly later start may be possible.

Marine Cloud Brightening

Postdoctoral Position in AI/ML for Engineering Optimal Global-Scale Climate Interventions

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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in climate dynamics, interest in climate engineering, and enthusiasm for AI to join our research group! See the description below. Please apply by November 21, 2021 for full consideration for this position. The ideal start date is January 1, 2022, though a slightly later start may be possible.

Natural Variability

Why did Antarctic sea ice area expand even as the rest of the globe warmed?

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Antarctic sea ice area has been a conundrum for climate scientists: why did it expand in area from 1979 (when the satellite record began) to 2015, even as the rest of the globe warmed, and Arctic sea ice area retreated to historical lows? In my recent talk at the American Meteorological Society meeting on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography (May 2019), I presented recent work done in collaboration with Lorenzo Polvani (Columbia University) and Phil Rasch (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US DOE Office of Science) on this very topic.

Polar Climate

Why did Antarctic sea ice area expand even as the rest of the globe warmed?

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Antarctic sea ice area has been a conundrum for climate scientists: why did it expand in area from 1979 (when the satellite record began) to 2015, even as the rest of the globe warmed, and Arctic sea ice area retreated to historical lows? In my recent talk at the American Meteorological Society meeting on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography (May 2019), I presented recent work done in collaboration with Lorenzo Polvani (Columbia University) and Phil Rasch (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US DOE Office of Science) on this very topic.

Postdoc Opportunity

Postdoctoral Opportunity

Two Post-Doctoral Positions: Coastal Ocean Modeling for our Blue Carbon Future

4 minute read

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We are looking for two postdoctoral researchers to join our group, as part of a larger collaborative effort on the Blue Carbon Potential of Canada’s Coastal Oceans. See the description below. Note that the expertise required for each position is different: the first position is in coastal ocean modelling (using ROMS), and the second position is in dynamical downscaling of Earth System Model output. Please apply by December 1, 2021 for full consideration for these positions.

Postdoctoral Position in AI/ML for Engineering Optimal Global-Scale Climate Interventions

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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in climate dynamics, interest in climate engineering, and enthusiasm for AI to join our research group! See the description below. Please apply by November 21, 2021 for full consideration for this position. The ideal start date is January 1, 2022, though a slightly later start may be possible.

ROMS

Two Post-Doctoral Positions: Coastal Ocean Modeling for our Blue Carbon Future

4 minute read

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We are looking for two postdoctoral researchers to join our group, as part of a larger collaborative effort on the Blue Carbon Potential of Canada’s Coastal Oceans. See the description below. Note that the expertise required for each position is different: the first position is in coastal ocean modelling (using ROMS), and the second position is in dynamical downscaling of Earth System Model output. Please apply by December 1, 2021 for full consideration for these positions.

Satellite Era

Why did Antarctic sea ice area expand even as the rest of the globe warmed?

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Antarctic sea ice area has been a conundrum for climate scientists: why did it expand in area from 1979 (when the satellite record began) to 2015, even as the rest of the globe warmed, and Arctic sea ice area retreated to historical lows? In my recent talk at the American Meteorological Society meeting on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography (May 2019), I presented recent work done in collaboration with Lorenzo Polvani (Columbia University) and Phil Rasch (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US DOE Office of Science) on this very topic.

Sea Ice

Why did Antarctic sea ice area expand even as the rest of the globe warmed?

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Antarctic sea ice area has been a conundrum for climate scientists: why did it expand in area from 1979 (when the satellite record began) to 2015, even as the rest of the globe warmed, and Arctic sea ice area retreated to historical lows? In my recent talk at the American Meteorological Society meeting on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography (May 2019), I presented recent work done in collaboration with Lorenzo Polvani (Columbia University) and Phil Rasch (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US DOE Office of Science) on this very topic.

Southern Hemisphere

Why did Antarctic sea ice area expand even as the rest of the globe warmed?

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Antarctic sea ice area has been a conundrum for climate scientists: why did it expand in area from 1979 (when the satellite record began) to 2015, even as the rest of the globe warmed, and Arctic sea ice area retreated to historical lows? In my recent talk at the American Meteorological Society meeting on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography (May 2019), I presented recent work done in collaboration with Lorenzo Polvani (Columbia University) and Phil Rasch (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US DOE Office of Science) on this very topic.

Tipping Points

Postdoctoral Position in AI/ML for Engineering Optimal Global-Scale Climate Interventions

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We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with expertise in climate dynamics, interest in climate engineering, and enthusiasm for AI to join our research group! See the description below. Please apply by November 21, 2021 for full consideration for this position. The ideal start date is January 1, 2022, though a slightly later start may be possible.