[ES_JOBS_NET] Two postdoc positions at the Desert Research Institute

Mark Hausner hausner.mark at gmail.com
Wed Dec 10 12:03:39 MST 2014

Postdoctoral Fellow, Applied Climatology (Reno, Nevada):
The Western Regional Climate Center (WRCC) at the Desert Research Institute
(DRI) seeks an enthusiastic and motivated postdoctoral fellow to develop
additional scientific capability in the field of climate and climate
services. Applicants from a wide variety of interests and backgrounds are
invited that either extend or augment existing directions, or that offer
new directions, consistent with the fundamental mission of the Regional
Climate Center program to make climate science more usable. Potential areas
of interest include but are not limited to: hydroclimatology, observational
methodology and interpretation, spatial mapping and interpolation of
climate in complex topography, visualization of climate and its
variability, description and understanding of spatial patterns of temporal
variability of climate, statistical properties of climate, applications of
climate knowledge to natural resource management, elucidation of the role
of climate information in decision-making contexts, network design and
monitoring strategies, air quality and climate, integration of databases,
data homogeneity, mountain climate variability, snow measurement and
hydrology, rehabilitation or extension of historical time series,
orographic processes, regional climate modeling, and others. Subject matter
must have practical relevance to issues of concern in the western United

Postdoctoral Fellow, Groundwater Flow and Transport (Las Vegas, Nevada):
The Postdoctoral position will be linked to ongoing research programs
within DRI and will be an integral part of DRI’s groundwater modeling team.
Within this team, the position has the opportunity to collaborate with
hydrogeologists, hydrogeochemists, and numerical modelers developing flow
and transport models as part of hydrogeologic investigations in complex
natural systems often coupled with unique contamination issues.
Collaboration with researchers in other areas of hydrologic sciences is
also strongly encouraged.
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