PhD students in Climate Science, with Focus on Atmospheric Chemistry, Atmospheric Physics, Dynamic Meteorology or Physical Oceanography

at the Department of Meteorology. Closing date: 21 November 2016.

At the Department of Meteorology at Stockholm University (MISU) we conduct research and education in an international environment within four main areas: Atmospheric physics, Dynamic meteorology, Physical oceanography and Chemical meteorology. In all these areas there is a strong focus on the climate and on processes important for the climate and its development. The department employs some 65 individuals, of which about 30 are scientists, 20 PhD students and 15 in the administration and the technical support. The department is part of the Bolin Centre for Climate Research and together with three other departments at the university cover research of most of the important aspects of the climate system.

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