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CIRES Visiting Fellowships in Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences

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Post-doctoral Visiting Fellowships (1 year)

Visiting Scientist Fellowships, including sabbatical and faculty leave (3-12 months)

Join the research community in Boulder, Colorado, for unique opportunities to conduct challenging research in collaboration with recognized leaders in earth system science. CIRES' fellowships stimulate interdisciplinary research on campus and in partnership with NOAA's Earth System Research Laboratory. The CIRES Visiting Fellows' Program has attracted over 250 scientists from around the world over the past 45 years.

Visiting Fellows work with CIRES Fellows in research in areas such as atmosphere and ocean processes, cryospheric processes, ecosystem studies, regional and global environmental variability and change, global and regional water cycle, advanced observing systems, geophysics, geochemistry, geomorphology, environmental health, science and technology policy research, and space weather.

Participating Institution(s):
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University of Colorado, Boulder (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Atmospheric Sciences
Environmental Sciences
Geological Sciences
Natural Resources

Atmospheric Chemistry
Climate Change
Climate Dynamics
Climate Variability
Ecosystem Science
Environmental Change
Environmental Health
Global Ecology
Space Weather

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