The Earth Sciences Division, Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS)(Code 611) is seeking a skilled scientist to conduct research involving modeling and evaluation of ocean models with the goal of a greater understanding of the ocean role in climate change.Learn more about this agency
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As a Research Oceanographer in the area of ocean modeling and climate research, you will perform research on the modeling and evaluation of ocean models within the framework of the GISS Earth System Model, thus contributing to the overall mission of understanding Earth and planetary climates.
Specifically, you will:
Conduct research related to physical or bio-geophysical oceanography, modeling and the interactions of oceans with the atmosphere, sea ice and/or ice sheets. Lead studies to understand and model the role of the ocean in determining air-sea fluxes of heat, water, nutrients and chemical fluxes, the transport of heat, fresh water and components within the ocean, and the role of the ocean in long-term and/or abrupt climate changes.
Assume leadership role in the development and improvement of ocean model codes in the GISS Earth System Model that allow the full range of conditions relevant to a broad range of ocean conditions to be explored, including applications to paleoclimates, future climate and exoplanets.
Develop models planned for use in global simulations of atmospheric and ocean dynamics and climate change in the GISS climate program.
Represent GISS and NASA at conferences, workshops, and committee meetings and to the media and the public at large.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…U.S. citizens and U.S. nationals
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