Sorry, no glaciers: A postdoctoral position is available to join a growing research group focused on numerical modeling of atmospheric ice. The primary responsibility associated with this position is to conduct research to assess temporal and spatial variations of anthropogenic water vapor emissions in the Arctic. A focus of the funded position will be modeling the respective microphysics and related visibility constraints due to ice fog. Candidates need to have a strong background in physics, and extensive IT and programming skills. The position is aimed to improve the capabilities of the Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) model to simulate the microphysics of point sources of water vapor in an Arctic environment.
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