Ph.D. Research Assistantships in Climate and Agricultural Modeling
We seek three motivated students to work on our projects to study the impacts of anthropogenic stratospheric aerosols on climate. We are studying proposed climate intervention with sulfate aerosols, and the impacts of soot that would be generated by fires in cities and industrial regions as a result of nuclear war. The work is funded by the National Science Foundation, the Open Philanthropy Project, and SilverLining. Our team at Rutgers collaborates with scientists at the University of Colorado, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, and Columbia University to use climate, agricultural, and economic modeling to study how an aerosol cloud created in the stratosphere by deliberate human action would affect humanity. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Postdoctoral Associate in Modeling the Agricultural Response to Climate Intervention
Postdoctoral Associate in Modeling the Agricultural Response to Climate Intervention. The Department of Environmental Sciences of Rutgers University invites applicants for the position of Postdoctoral Associate. This is a grant-funded, non-tenure-earning position carrying full benefits. The successful candidate will join a research group investigating the impacts on climate and agriculture in response to various proposed solar climate intervention schemes, also known as solar radiation modification (SRM). The successful candidate will have primary responsibility, in collaborat...Read More