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I would be really grateful if the announcement below could be posted to the Gilbert Club list
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: Associate Editor positions
ESPL (Impact Factor 3.77) is starting the search process for two Associate Editors (AEs) to replace Chris Houser and Heather Viles/Larissa Naylor (job share),
whose terms of service ends on the 31st December 2018. Our Associate Editors serve for a 3-year term, renewable for a further 3 years, and provide assistance to the Managing Editor by:
Securing reviews and making recommendations for around 30 manuscripts submitted to the journal per year, including providing clear steers to authors as to the
revisions that their manuscripts might require. ESPL has an explicit policy of getting decisions to authors in as timely a manner as possible. The field of these manuscripts will normally be closely or partly related to the research interests of the AE
Reviewing proposals for Special Issues of the journal.
Providing independent advice to the Managing Editor in a situation where an author or authors appeal a decision taken by ESPL or where irregularities arise with
a submitted manuscript.
Raising the profile of ESPL amongst potential authors and readers.
Attending Editorial Board and Editorial Advisory Board meetings where possible, with remote access if needed. Board meetings are held at international conferences
(e.g. AGU, EGU) where possible.
Keeping the Managing Editor and Assistant Editor informed of times when they might not be available due to, for example, fieldwork commitments.
Each position comes with an honorarium.
To replace Chris Houser, ESPL is searching for a world-leading geomorphologist, from any country, capable of handling manuscripts concerned with:
aeolian processes, including sand and dust and associated transport; and
soft sediment coasts and related coastal processes.
To replace Larissa Naylor/Heather Viles, ESPL is searching for a world-leading geomorphologist, from any country, capable of handling manuscripts concerned
hard rock coasts and related coastal processes.
For both AEs, capacity to handle manuscripts treating remote sensing methods (at all scales) or advanced dating methods would be of interest but not a requirement.
ESPL would be willing to consider a job share appointment.
For further information or for an informal discussion as to the nature of the role, please contact the Managing Editor, Professor Stuart Lane (email@example.com).
Final expressions of interest, which should include a 2 page summary CV and a 2 page covering letter explaining your interest in the position, should be submitted in a single pdf document to
firstname.lastname@example.org by the 20th August 2018.
Prof Dr Stuart Lane
Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics
Vice-Doyen aux affaires académiques,
Faculté des géosciences et l’environnement,
Université de Lausanne
Bureau 3207, Batiment Géopolis, Quartier Mouline,
CH1015 LAUSANNE, Suisse
T +41216923607 (bureau)
T +41216923530 / 4400 (secrétariat)
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[Met-jobs] Vacancy: Postdoctoral Research Associate in Climate Analysis and Modelling at the University of Edinburgh (UK)
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Climate Analysis and
Modelling, School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh (UK)
We seek an outstanding postdoctoral research associate (PDRA) to
participate in a project that aims to improve current
interpretation of the East Asian climate response to aerosol
forcing and reduce uncertainty in near-future regional climate
projections. The work is funded by the Climate Science for
Services Partnership: China project: “Aerosols and regional
climate dynamics”, and will involve a team from the Universities
of Reading, Edinburgh, Leeds, and Exeter, together with a number
of international partners. The PDRA will perform analysis of
atmospheric circulation patterns that contribute to episodes of
poor regional air quality. The PDRA will determine whether the
frequency and severity of air quality events changes with time,
and to what extent anthropogenic aerosol emissions play a role in
this change. Performing experiments with a nudged version of the
HadGEM3 model, the PDRA will assess the impact of climate
variability and model biases on the simulated frequency and
severity of air quality events. The PDRA will work in
collaboration with the project team as well project partners from
the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (Beijing), and engage with
the Met Office.
This post is full time and fixed term until 30th September 2019
(with a possibility of an extension depending on funding). The
post is available from 1st October 2018.
More detailed information on the position and on how to apply is
available here: https://ift.tt/2NjX2U1
Closing Date: Friday 10th August 2018 at 5pm (GMT). For further
information, please contact Dr Massimo Bollasina (email@example.com).
The School aims to ensure equality of opportunity and holds an
Athena SWAN Silver award. We welcome applications from everyone
irrespective of gender or ethnic group. Appointment will be based
on merit alone.
Massimo A. Bollasina
School of GeoSciences
The University of Edinburgh
Crew Building, Room #311
The King’s Buildings
Alexander Crum Brown Road
Edinburgh EH9 3FF
We have got funding for a new PhD studentship (fully funded for four years) to look at sediment production underneath glaciers in the sub-marginal zone.
We are looking for keen and motivated recent MSc students with a background in glacial sedimentology, glaciology and/or hydrogeology – and an interest in process-studies that enable links with engineering geology.
The deadline for application is 8 August 2018.
To apply and for further details, see the link below:
In case of further questions, please get in touch with me.
All the best,
Dr Sven Lukas
Universitetslektor i glacialgeologi
223 62 Lund
Tel +46 46 222 78 83
Re: [ES_JOBS_NET] Postdoctoral Research Associate/The Program in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy, Princeton
scientist position in global dynamics
to be filled as soon as possible and latest on 1 January 2019)
small but dynamical meteorology group at the University of Ljubljana in
Slovenia, one of Europe’s most idyllic places lo live, is opening a
postdoctoral position in global dynamics and modelling. The group led by Prof.
Nedjeljka Žagar (https://ift.tt/2L17kM2) is embedded in the internationally
successful Department of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics (https://ift.tt/13T7yu2).
The successful candidate will join another postdoctoral
scientist to work on the quantification of vertical motions by Rossby and inertio-gravity
waves in global reanalyses and weather and climate models. He/she will use the
OpenIFS, a version of the ECMWF model for academic research (https://ift.tt/2L1gkAT) and the MODES package
(https://ift.tt/2JKAnig) for the
scale-decomposition and filtering of Rossby and inertio-gravity waves.
Expected qualifications are (1)
a PhD in atmospheric science, physical
oceanography, physics, applied mathematics or a related field, (2) an
appropriate track record of communicating research results, (3) strong
computational skills, (4) a high level of independence and creativity.
position is initially offered for 1 year. Payment will be in
accordance with Slovenian public service positions including pension and other
social security plans. The project generously supports
travels to conferences and collaboration with the OpenIFS community.
are asked to submit (1) a cover letter describing their research experience,
(2) a detailed curriculum vitae including a list of publications, (3) contact
information of two references. Applications should be
submitted to Prof. Nedjeljka Žagar, firstname.lastname@example.org
Post-doctoral researcher or Engineer (minimum 5 years high level education)
to work on simulating the influences of climate and land use changes on the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems
using a terrestrial ecosystem model
Subject: What are the indirect effects of a large-scale reduction in the use of nitrogen fertilizers in Europe?
Impacts will be studied through changes in biomass productions, surface water availability, net emissions of greenhouse gases,
and nitrogen losses for the environment
We seek an autonomous researcher / Engineer who will:
– apply the dynamic global vegetation model ORCHIDEE-CROP to scenarios of climate and land use changes in Europe
– couple an economic model to ORCHIDEE-CROP via their land cover and uses
The work will be based outside Paris (France), on the new campus of the University Paris-Saclay
The candidate must be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge in the use of models,
and must have proven experience in simulations on Linux clusters.
A degree in a quantitative environmental sciences discipline, for instance meteorology, environmental physics, or ecophysiology of plants
or animals is required.
Knowledge about soil and vegetation processes is a clear advantage.
The candidate also needs to be familiar with processing models inputs and outputs.