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Obituary for John H. Steele
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution announces with great sorrow the death of John H. Steele at his home in Falmouth, Mass., on November 4, 2013, 11 days before his 87th birthday.
John H. Steele was director of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution for 12 years and was an intellectual leader of the national and international ocean science community. He was well known for his development of quantitative approaches to the study of marine ecosystems, having played a key role in creating major research programs that contribute to our knowledge of the ocean's role in global processes.
Senior Staff Associate Position, New York, USA
The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI: http://iri.columbia.edu) in Palisades, New York is seeking a Senior Staff Associate to analyze scientific research information and data for selected IRI research projects with a focus on agriculture projects located in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region. The SSA will also help to implement scientific research projects located in the LAC region, ensuring that that scientific research papers, presentations, interim and final reports activities are written and submitted in a timely manner.
Three Positions in Oceanography, University of Rhode Island
The Graduate School of Oceanography at the University of Rhode Island invites applications for 3 tenure track faculty members:
1). Assistant Professor in marine biogeochemistry (posting: 108689)
2). Assistant Professor in physical oceanography with an interest in submeso- and smaller- scale processes (posting: 6001252).
3). Full Professor of Oceanography and Director of the Coastal Resources Center (posting: 6001259).
Assistant professor in Physical Oceanography at Old Dominion University
The Department of Ocean, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Old Dominion University (http://sci.odu.edu/oceanography/) invites applications for a tenure track position as Assistant or Associate Professor in Physical Oceanography. We seek a broad-minded scholar with an interest in the physical processes in the ocean on times scales of inter-annual to centuries and their role in the Earth System. Preference will be given to scientists who employ quantitative analytical methods and/or models and focus their research on societally relevant issues, such as global and climate change, the role of the ocean in the global water cycle, and development of predictive capabilities on decadal time scales.
Postdoctoral position: Climate and Marine Ecosystems, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
The Department of Biological Sciences and the Marine Science Program at the University of South Carolina (Columbia, South Carolina, USA) is seeking energetic and enthusiastic applicants for a postdoctoral position in the area of marine ecosystems and climate.