At the Met Office, we are proud to be a world-leading organisation in climate science. A crucial part of the work that we do involves scientific research into the many facets of our climate, to investigate the impact of its variability and changes. Our Climate Monitoring and Attribution team brings together data from observations of weather and ocean variables gathered over the last 165 years. Using statistical techniques, the team analyses these data to monitor variability and change and assist other international teams in their research.
The School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) of Stony Brook University seeks applicants for the position of Instructional Support Technician. The incumbent will have responsibility for daily management and operation of the newly created nano-RAMAN Molecular Imaging Facility, a multi-user laboratory within SoMAS. The position will serve SBU’s research and education programs, providing novel analytical capabilities to faculty and students from SoMAS, the wider campus community and off-campus.
The Helmholtz-Centre of Ocean Research (GEOMAR) is one of the leading institutes in marine research in Germany. With 850 employees and a yearly budget of 70 Mio € its major goal is fundamental and applied research in all areas of marine sciences. For more information please visit www.geomar.de.
"MYGEOSS" CALL ANNOUNCEMENT on smart mobile or web-based applications to inform European citizens on the changes affecting their local environment
The European Commission (DG RTD and JRC) is launching an open call for the development of innovative applications (mobile or web-based) using openly available or crowd-generated data in different domains addressing citizens’ needs.