My past and present advisers' webpages
Earth System PhD openings, Jobs and misc. Mailing Lists and people and labs
Met-jobs: maintained by UK Met Office.
ES-Jobs: maintained by US NCAR.
ES-Jobs spreadsheet: not related to the previous ES-Jobs. Community maintained.
My go-to cheat-sheets and online tools for various scientific calculations and simple education:
University of Colorado Professor Jose Jimenez's fun little cheat-sheet for simple atmospheric science calculations.
Online chemistry all-in-one tool.
University of Florida's online aerosol science learning tool.
Colorado State University Professor A. Scott Denning's online toy models for climate and related topics.
Columbia University Professor Jim Hansen's climate data page: contains tons of information on emissions and impacts on climate. Great plots too!
Coding and visualization
When you can't download a Python package in Windows using python -m pip install package_name command, download the whl instead.
A few color-palette generators I use for Python colormaps:
A great tool for data analysis: has four columns -- MATLAB, R, Python, and Julia with examples on how to do the same thing in all the languages. Comes from Hyperpolyglot.org that does it for many more applications for many languages.
Things I wish I'd known earlier: contains tons of resources regarding writing, management, etc.