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October 13, 2010

Position description:
We seek a PhD student to work on the project "A regional-scale perspective on metrics for assessing global climate models". The project is jointly funded through the strategic research initiative ModElling the Regional and Global Earth system - MERGE, the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI), an the University of Gothenburg.
We would prefer studies to commence in early 2011. The first two years fulltime studies will be paid by an education grant, and the following two years by PhD employment.

Dr. David Rayner (also contact person for this application) Department of Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg. david.rayner@gvc.gu.se, +46 (0)31 786 4849
Dr. Klaus Wyser Rossby Centre, Swedish Hydrological and Meteorological Institute (SMHI). klaus.wyser@smhi.se, +46 (0)11 495 8464

The application must be received no later than 31th of October 2010

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