At the Institute for Marine and Atmospheric research Utrecht the following vacancies are open for application:
Modelling volcanic eruptions using sulfur isotopes
Large volcanic eruptions significantly affect the Earth's climate. They inject large quantities of sulfur dioxide (SO2) that form aerosols, which scatter solar radiation. The impact of a volcanic eruption is dependent on whether the eruption reaches the stratosphere, where aerosols have a longer lifetime. Read more.
Modelling hydrodynamics and sediment dynamics in estuarine delta systems, with application to the Yangtze estuary (1,0 fte)
This position is part of a joint research project, which involves two PhD's (at Utrecht University and at East China Normal University, Shanghai) and one postdoc (University of Liverpool). Read more.