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Faculty Position(s) in Estuarine/Marine Microbial Ecology

The Horn Point Laboratory of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science is seeking a highly qualified individual specializing in marine microbial ecology. Candidates whose research integrates field and laboratory work and who have experience in marine and/or estuarine microbial processes applied to understanding planktonic food-web processes and biogeochemical cycles are encouraged to apply.

Assistant Professor: Basic biological processes at the interface between human health and the environment

The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET), University of Maryland seeks applications for the position of Assistant Professor (tenure-track).


Postdoctoral position in ocean acoustics at the University of Liège (Belgium)


The research project aims to contribute to the sustainable development and noise reduction of activities related to offshore wind parks in Europe.

Postdoc Positions in Biological Oceanography/Marine Biogeochemistry, Sidney (UTS)

The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is seeking to employ two post-doctoral research fellows to undertake research in benthic community metabolism (eddy correlation) and biological oceanography / marine biogeochemistry. The former is a 3 year position, and the latter a 2 year position, both based in Sydney, Australia.

Two Postdoc Positions at Dalhousie University to Help Develop a Relocatable Ocean Prediction System

Canada requires rapidly deployable environmental prediction systems to help guide its response to marine emergencies along its coastline and offshore areas.  To help meet this need, a Network of Centres of Excellence called Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response (MEOPAR, has recently been established.


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