The Summer School will take place on July 25 - August 12, 2016. The purpose of this school is to teach a group of up to 20 students (graduate students and scientists) in the art of turbulence theory and turbulence measurements. The program includes a 2 week intensive training period (25 July – 5 August) with lectures by a diverse set of international experts that intend to cover a broad spectrum of problems ranging from application of spectral methods in turbulence data analysis to numerical methods in turbulence research.
The Environmental Research Institute at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand, is seeking a (Post-doctoral) Research Fellow who is experienced in application of models to aquatic systems and who can lead a team involved in research into lake water quality. The successful person will be expected to manage a number of model applications to lakes in the Waikato region of New Zealand and to further our expertise in satellite- and drone-based remote sensing through ground truthing and algorithm development.
A Postdoctoral position is available within the German Research Foundation (DFG) collaborative research centre (SFB) 754: Climate-Biogeochemical Interactions in the Tropical Ocean. Topic: Investigation into carbon export using Thorium 234 in the Peruvian Oxygen Minimum Zone. Starting July 1, 2016. Job Description / Duties: The candidate will be part of a biogeochemical oceanography team that investigates the behaviour of nutrients and carbon species, trace elements and nanoparticles in the oceans.
The research unit “Chemical Oceanography” is offering a PhD Position funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG; German Research Foundation).
Topic: Investigation into the distribution, behaviour and fate of trace elements in the Southeast Atlantic Ocean as part of the International GEOTRACES Programme