Nine Early Stage Researcher in Marine Climate Change

aramacc690ARAMACC (“Annually Resolved Archives of Marine Climate Change”; aramacc.com) is an EU-funded international collaboration whose scientific goal is to use the shells of very long-lived molluscs as a record of environmental change in the northeast Atlantic ocean over the past thousand years. Continue reading

Physical Oceanographer

Nacional oceanography centerMarine Physics and Ocean Climate, Directorate of Science and Technology, National Oceanography Centre, Liverpool

“Quantifying and understanding the 3D dynamics and mixing of the subpolar North Atlantic Ocean (4 year fixed-term appointment)” Continue reading

Stable Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry

The National Oceanography Centre Southampton, NOCS, represents an unparalleled investment in marine and Earth science and technology in the UK. It opened in 1995 in a purpose-built waterfront campus as a collaboration between the University of Southampton and the Natural Environment Research Council. Continue reading

PhD position in the area of Palaeoceanography

University BremenThe Ocean in the Earth System
MARUM – Center for Marine Environmental Sciences

The Research Center/Cluster of Excellence “The Ocean in the Earth System” (MARUM) at the University of Bremen, Germany, has the overarching scientific goal to achieve a better understanding of key processes in the marine. The research themes are: Ocean and Climate, Geosphere-Biosphere Interactions and Sediment Dynamics. Continue reading

Two postdoctoral positions for 2-year

fau100eduThe successful candidates will have the opportunity to define their own research topics/direction that fits into the HBOI strategic research plan (http://fau.edu/hboi/pdf/StrategicPlan.pdf). The candidates should also be willing to work with a team of scientists with various research interests in a university culture that fosters innovation and collaboration within our institute, with colleagues at FAU and other collaborators. Continue reading

2 PhD positions in ocean biogeochemical modeling at the regional scale

ethz47newin the framework of the CALNEX project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. The overarching goal of CALNEX is to understand and quantify the exchange of carbon and other biogeochemically relevant material properties between the coastal region and the open ocean. The project will focus on eastern boundary upwelling regions, namely the Canary and the California Current Systems. Continue reading

Assistant or Associate Professor – Terrestrial/Marine Resources and Modeling

cuny100The Departments of Earth and Atmospheric Science and Biology are searching for a candidate with demonstrated research expertise in terrestrial, ocean, or marine environments with strong credentials in space-based Earth remote sensing and Earth systems modeling. Continue reading

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Biophysical Oceanography

queensland80The School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management is a vibrant, multidisciplinary School with extensive teaching and research programs covering the fields of Geography, Environmental Management and Planning. Continue reading

Assistant Professor in Organismal Fish Ecology

vims80The Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) has a three-part mission to conduct interdisciplinary research in coastal ocean and estuarine science, educate students and citizens, and provide advisory service to policy makers, industry, and the public. Continue reading

Fully-funded PhD Scholarship: How will changing detrital resources influence marine biodiversity and ecosystem function?

scu91newGlobal losses of seagrasses and mangroves, eutrophication-driven increases in ephemeral algae, and macrophyte invasions have impacted marine detrital resources. This has important implications for marine ecosystems because detritus drives benthic production, as well as sustains food webs encompassing economically-important fisheries, threatened shore birds, and marine mammals. Continue reading