Ph.D. in ice/ocean interaction at British Antarctic Survey

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Ph.D. in ice/ocean interaction at British Antarctic Survey

Paul Holland - UKRI BAS

Dear All

 

I am advertising a Ph.D. studentship at the British Antarctic Survey, joint with Cambridge University.  The student will use high-resolution ocean modelling to understand the processes that control the melting of glacial ice.  Full details are at:

 

<https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/CE218>

 

Please bring this opportunity to the attention of any talented individuals with a maths/physics background that might be interested in the project.  Potential candidates are very welcome to contact me ([hidden email]) with any questions about the project.

 

Thanks,

 

Paul

 

Paul Holland

British Antarctic Survey

[hidden email]

http://www.bas.ac.uk/profile/pahol/

 

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