The school aims at bringing together graduate students, early career scientists, and experts in ocean and marine ecology modelling. It will consist of daily morning sessions organized around key topical lectures focusing on fundamentals and applications, followed by daily afternoon sessions devoted to practical training. These practical sessions will be the backbone of the school, with hands-on training in the use of ocean and ecological models.
The Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences Program at Princeton University seeks an outstanding Postdoctoral Research Associate or more senior researcher to engage in an ocean modeling project focused on the global ocean carbon cycle.
Earlier this month, an educational resource about the ocean was launched for schools, youth groups and other curious young learners, entitled the Youth Guide to the Ocean.
This informative guide was jointly developed by PML and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on behalf of the Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA).
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.