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18 July, 2024

PhD position “How does climate change affect variability – Answers from an 800,000-year-long replicated ice-core record” – Deadline 30 August 2024

Background Changes in climate variability are as critical for society to address as changes in the mean climate. However, it remains unclear how climate variability is evolving in a warming climate. Antarctic ice cores are the only climate archives that allow the reconstruction of several …

18 July, 2024

PhD position “Revealing benthic community change through sedimentary DNA” – Deadline 30 August 2024

Background Project title: Integrated taxonomy involving SEdiment DNA to explore benthic Community response to glacier melt and Anthropogenic development in the Patagonian Subantarctic (SECAP) The fjords of the Magellan region are under the combined pressure of increasing glacier melt, aquaculture, and tourism. This PhD project …

18 July, 2024

PhD position “Carbon exchange and ocean ventilation along the East Antarctic Margin” – Deadline 30 August 2024

Background The global climate is critically sensitive to physical and biogeochemical processes in the Southern Ocean, and changes in Southern Ocean carbon exchange and deep-ocean export can significantly impact the global carbon cycle. In this project, the radiocarbon signatures of dissolved inorganic carbon will be …

18 July, 2024

Scientist position: Evolutionary genomics of algal heat tolerance – Deadline 09 August 2024

GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel is a foundation under public law jointly financed by the Federal Republic of Germany (90%) and the State of Schleswig-Holstein (10%). It is one of the internationally leading institutions in the field of marine research. Through our research …

18 July, 2024

Post-doctoral researcher: ‘Seaweed polymer/biomolecule chemistry and valorisation – Deadline 01 September 2024

GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel is a foundation of public law jointly financed by the Federal Republic of Germany (90 %) and the state of Schleswig-Holstein (10 %) and is one of the internationally leading institutions in the field of marine sciences. Through our research …

17 July, 2024

Scientist (m/f/d) position in ‘Evolutionary genomics of algal heat tolerance’ – Deadline 09 August 2024

Scientist (m/f/d) position in ‘Evolutionary genomics of algal heat tolerance’ starting on 1st November 2024. Job Description The successful candidate will (i) work towards creating a high-quality chromosome-level F. vesiculosus genome (in cooperation with the international Fucus community), (ii) conduct selection experiments in collaboration with the Experimental Ecology team (mainly: Melzner …

12 July, 2024

SOLAS Seminar IX: Indian Ocean Science – 02 August 2024

Register Now! SOLAS Seminar IX on 2 August 2024, Online The SOLAS seminar series is a quarterly event, which is structured around SOLAS relevant topics covered by the SOLAS 2015-2025 Science Plan and beyond, with the aims of fostering discussions on cutting edge scientific questions, providing researchers at …

12 July, 2024

PhD-position: Oceanic phosphorus fluxes and their sensitivity to anthropogenic environmental change (PHOSFLUX) – Deadline 25 August 2024

Job description The department of Ocean Systems (OCS: principal investigator dr. Peter Kraal) at the Royal Netherlands Institute of Sea Research (NIOZ) is looking for a highly motivated PhD student with a background in (bio)geochemistry/chemical oceanography to investigate the impact of ocean acidification on the …

12 July, 2024

Join the Blue Food Forum, 12-13 September 2024, Tanzania

FISH4ACP is hosting a global forum on aquatic food value chains, examining how they can help transform food systems and contribute to feed a growing world population while keeping the planet healthy. The forum will take place in Dar es Salaam Tanzania on 12-13 September 2024 and puts a spotlight …

12 July, 2024

SEER Webinar: Oceanographic Responses to Offshore Wind: From First Principles to Potential Effects – 23 July 2024

Date & Time: Jul 23, 2024 06:00 PM  in  Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna Description The U.S. Offshore Wind Synthesis of Environmental Effects Research (SEER) effort (https://tethys.pnnl.gov/seer), led by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) with support from the U.S. Department of …

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