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Bayi Glacier in Qilian Mountain, China (Credit: Xiaoming Wang, distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)

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PhD Research Fellow in Physical Geography and Geophysics

Position
PhD Research Fellow in Physical Geography and Geophysics

Employer

Norwegian University of Science and Technologyologe


Location
Trondheim, Norway

Sector
Academic

Relevant divisions
Cryospheric Sciences (CR)
Hydrological Sciences (HS)
Natural Hazards (NH)

Type
Full time

Level
Student / Graduate / Internship

Salary
Open

Required education
Master

Application deadline
8 November 2021

Posted
8 October 2021

Job description

We have a vacancy for a PhD research fellow within the field of Physical Geography (glaciology and hydrology branches) at the Department of Geography, NTNU, Norway.

The position is a part of the research project ‘Glacier impacts On The Hydrological systems in Europe and Central Asia: A pilot study of drivers and societal impacts of freshwater discharge from glacial systems in NOrway and the Chinese Karakoram (GOTHECA-NOCK)’ funded by the Norwegian Research Council. The candidates’ work will contribute to understanding the interplay between the climate system, glacio-hydrological change, local communities, and infrastructure in Norway and Chinese mountain regions, as well as the development of a comprehensive risk assessment scheme for local climate change adaptation and mitigation. Fieldwork in Norwegian and China in collaboration with the Western Norway University of Applied Science, the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, as well as science communication and dissemination activities with GRID-Arendal, are anticipated.


How to apply

Ph.D. research fellow (ice dynamic-subglacial hydrology modeling OR remote sensing of glacier and glacial lake changes):
https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/213326/phd-research-fellow-focusing-on-the-glacial-hydrological-systems-in-norwegian-and-chinese-mountain
The fellowship will be for three years.

If you have any questions about the position, please contact Yongmei Gong, email yongmei.gong@ntnu.no. If you have any questions about the recruitment process, please contact Renate Lillian Johansen, e-mail: renate.johansen@ntnu.no