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Postdoc opportunity in Ocean Tracer Modeling, University of Virginia, USA

Application review begins on 19 Aug, but position will remain open until filled.


The Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia (UVA) seeks a Research Associate to contribute to computational research on ocean tritium and helium isotope distributions in the framework of the Community Earth System Model. The research associate will work directly with Scott Doney in the Department of Environmental Sciences.


Senior Coastal Processes Scientist, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, UK

The two main roles involved in this job will be to lead and deliver (1) coastal oceanography and geomorphology projects within Cefas’ portfolio for commercial and governmental clients, and (2) coastal processes advice on a wide range of issues to assist regulatory decision-making processes. The focus of the work is to develop and deliver the science needed to assess environmental risks to and impacts of coastal developments.

Two PhD Positions in Marine Ecology Research, Carl-von-Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany

Two PhD positions are currently available in the Carl-von-Ossietzky University Oldenburg. Both roles are available for a period of three years, commencing on 1 January 2018, and ending on 31 December 2020. Regular marine expeditions will be an essential part of both roles, and each candidate will have to possess fluency in both written and spoken English, alongside excellent communication and presentation skills.


PhD in Marine Ecology, Ghent University, Belgium

The Marine Biology Research Group at Ghent University (Flanders, Belgium) is recruiting a PhD student to aid the University's participation in the project PERSUADE (ExPERimental approaches towards Future Sustainable Use of North Sea Artificial HarD SubstratEs), which is funded by the Belgian Science Policy.


Applications deadline: 5 Sep 2017. Read more

Research scientist vacancies in Aquatic Remote Sensing and Optical Measurements 

The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) invites applications for 3 job vacancies to work in Brussels with the REMSEM (Remote Sensing and Ecosystem Modelling) team on research projects in the field of optical remote sensing of coastal and inland waters. The contract will be of definite duration until December 2019 with possibility of extension depending on external funding.


The successful candidates will work on one of the following three topics (60% time):


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