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The economic cost of increased temperatures

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"Research Assistant/Associate/Fellow - University of Nottingham, UK Reference: LSS08992 Closing Date: Thursday, 6th September 2012 Job Type: Research & Teaching Department: School of Geography Salary: £24520 to…"
Aug 10, 2012
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"Fully-funded PhD Studentship in Human or Physical Geography University of Nottingham - School of Geography The School of Geography at the University of Nottingham invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for a fully-funded…"
Mar 2, 2012
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"Hi Simon, Yes I found the site the other day and I think it's pretty interesting and helpful so thought I'd join!"
Jul 28, 2011
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"Scientific Software Engineer - Reading e-Science Centre, UK Grade 6 - £27,428 to £33,734 per annumClosing date: 28/03/2011 We need an imaginative and talented Researcher/Programmer to develop innovative software applications in support…"
Mar 2, 2011
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"Lecturer in MeteorologyInstitute for Climate and Atmospheric Science, School of Earth and  Environment, University of LeedsAvailable from 1 June 2011University Grade 7 (£29,972 - £35,788 p.a.)The Institute for Climate and…"
Feb 17, 2011
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"University of Birmingham, UK Two positions (PDRA and Technician) are available at the University of Birmingham to work on the recently funded NERC HiTemp project. The Urban Heat Island (UHI) is a direct consequence of anthropogenic influences…"
Jan 11, 2011
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"Research Associate (School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences) - Newcastle University, UKUp to £28,983 p.a. rising to £35,646 p.a.Working for the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, but based at the Met Office Hadley Centre in…"
Dec 16, 2010
Simon Gosling commented on climatescinet's page Careers
"Met Office job vacancyMonsoon ScientistBased at Exeter, UK£25,500 with progression to £31,500 or £29,930 with progression to £38,325 (dependant on skills and experience) + competitive benefits including Civil Service…"
Dec 10, 2010
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"Research Fellow - Climate Scientist University of Reading Walker Institute Reference number: RS10060 Full-time, fixed-term until 31st December 2012: £27,319 to £29,853 per annum An enthusiastic, motivated climate scientist is…"
Nov 18, 2010
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"University of Delaware. Environmental Faculty Positions One of the oldest institutions of higher education in this country, the University of Delaware today combines tradition and innovation, offering students a rich heritage along with the latest…"
Nov 18, 2010
Simon Gosling replied to climatescinet's discussion Climatic Change - FREE online access November 2010
"Excellent news on the online submission system! Thanks!"
Nov 16, 2010
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"Post-doc Fellowship University of São Paulo Oceanography Institute Physical Oceanography, Climate and Cryosphere Laboratory The aim is the investigation of links between Southern Oceans regional processes and the deep ocean. Full-time…"
Nov 16, 2010
Simon Gosling replied to David Chase Brewster's discussion Ocean Acidification in the group Climate Change Impacts
"Indeed, and there is now more and more evidnce from modelling studies that shows acidificiation increases under ramped CO2 experiments, irresepctive of the degree of global-mean warming..."
Oct 28, 2010
Simon Gosling replied to David Chase Brewster's discussion Ocean Acidification in the group Climate Change Impacts
"There is, however, considerable debate over how ocan acidification will effect marine calcifying organisms. Much of the discrepencies do seem to be associated with methodological inconsistencies between studies, however, which by no means alleviates…"
Oct 28, 2010
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"Lecturer in Climate/Atmospheric Physics Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand Job ID: 1092 Closing date: 26 November 2010 External Advert Applications are invited for a continuing position of…"
Oct 27, 2010

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At 4:35pm on July 28, 2011, Jennifer Vanos said…

Hi Simon,

Yes I found the site the other day and I think it's pretty interesting and helpful so thought I'd join!

At 5:38am on December 14, 2010, Renbomo Odyuo said…

wow... You seem to be in all the group and also keeping up with many intresting things. Keep it up buddy..

At 5:14am on October 20, 2010, Chunqiang LI said…
Hi, Simon,
I appreciate your interest on water, because water is the base for agriculture production in most of the world. With the development of industries and urbanization and rainfall variation, now water becomes very important for the whole global. Also, variation of evapotranspiration is critical to crop growth under global warming background.
At 9:40am on April 23, 2010, Sithabile Tirivarombo said…
Hi Simon
I would appreciate to have the pre-pub. I am really interested in learning more of the downscaling approaches.
At 10:21am on March 23, 2010, Sithabile Tirivarombo said…
Thank you Simon. I would appreciate if you sent me the paper. My climate change analysis is regionally based and I am using the Pitman rainfall runoff model. moment I I am actually interested in the methodology of conversion of climate change scenario projections into future runoff.
 
 
 

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