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Postdoctoral Scholar - Geochemical Paleoclimate Records from Individual Foraminifera
Position Description The School of Oceanography at the University of Washington (UW) invites applications for a postdoctoral scholar to conduct original research focusing on a new project "Constraining Pliocene North Pacific marine heatwave variability from individual foraminifera Mg/Ca," funded through the NSF's Paleo-Perspectives on Climate Change program. This will be an excellent opportunity for those who are excited by the challenge of using highly-sensitive, cutting-edge analytical techniques to generate novel reconstructions of past climate variability in hopes of better forecasting future change. Marine heatwaves (MHW) are prolonged periods of anomalous ocean warming with considerable socioeconomic impacts, and a persistent north Pacific event fr


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