Reconstructing and understanding the evolution of the Southern Annular Mode over the past 2,000 years

Closing Date

30th June 2020*

Applicants should contact the primary supervisor, and submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) and Application as soon as possible.

*unless filled earlier

The Research Project

This project will use data from ice cores, tree rings and marine sediments to reconstruct changes in the Southern Annular Mode over the past 2,000 years. Climate modelling will be used to understand the drivers of long-term variability and change, improving our ability to generate future climate projections.

  • Strong numerical analysis skills (R, Python, Fortran or similar), strong written and oral communication skills
  • Understanding of palaeoclimatology and palaeoclimate reconstruction, particularly using data from ice cores, tree rings and marine sediments. Experience working with the output of numerical climate models

See the following web page for entry requirements:

Assessment Criteria

Applicants will be assessed and ranked according to the quality of their basis for entry research degree and institution, prior peer reviewed publications, academic awards, project-specific skills, training or relevant industry experience, referee's reports and supervisory support.

Application Process

Applicants who require more information or are interested in this specific project should first contact the listed Supervisor. Information and guidance on the application process can be found on the Apply Now website.

Information about scholarships is available on the Scholarships webpage.

More Information

Please contact, Steven Phipps for further information.