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Closing date:  March 5th 2017

Interviews:  March 22nd 2017 

Job Reference: 5499

An exciting opportunity is now available to work as part of the team developing the next generation of atmospheric chemical mechanisms in the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratories, Department of Chemistry, University of York as part of the NERC funded “Mechanisms for Atmospheric chemistry: GeneratioN, Interpretation and FidelitY (MAGNIFY)” project.

Registration deadline: Monday 13th March 2017

The UK Atmospheric Dry Deposition Working Group is holding a one-day workshop on ‘Atmospheric Dry Deposition: Future Directions’ on Thursday 23rd March at the Amba Hotel Marble Arch, London.

Atmospheric deposition to the Earth’s surface is a key loss process for many atmospheric trace constituents, both in the gaseous and aerosol phases.  Atmospheric deposition can also impact on land surface processes (e.g. the uptake of ozone affects vegetation productivity), ocean biogeochemistry and the cryosphere (e.g. deposition of black carbon to ice and snow).

The objectives of the workshop are:

  • to bring together those in the UK with interests in atmospheric deposition
  • to discuss/develop plans on how atmospheric deposition processes can be improved in UK Earth System Models
  • to consider future funding opportunities.

Click here to access an outline agenda for the day.

Click here for directions to the Amba Hotel Marble Arch, Bryanston Street, London, W1H 7EH.

As space is limited, interested parties are asked to register by Monday 13th March. Click here for the registration form.