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Postdoctoral Research Post in AQ Modelling of Wildfire Emissions - King's College London, UK.

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King's College London invites applications for an atmospheric modeller to work within a team assessing the environmental and human health impacts of biomass burning emissions. The post will focus on AQ modelling and work within the research group led by Professor Martin Wooster. The post-holder will have extensive experience using WRF-Chem and/or CMAQ, and since the post is funded by research projects focused on India and Indonesia these will form the initial targets. Field and laboratory studies of fire emissions are involved, and the candidate may wish optionally to participate in these aspects as well. The postholder will have the opportunity work within the UK's National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO), part of which is based at King's.

The post will be a Fixed Term, Full Time Contract for 24 months in the first instance, with a starting salary of £37,412 to £39,484 per annum. There is the possibility of a further extension of up to 2 years under the forthcoming Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires, Environment and Society, part of which will be based at King's from its Autumn 2019 opening.

To apply, please goto and click the link to register with the King's College London application portal and complete your application online by the 2nd May 2019 deadline.