Research Scientist position in “Biogeochemical processes in marine sediments” & Postdoctoral Position in Chemical Oceanography available at GEOMAR. Read more.
The Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry (OCB) Program (www.us-ocb.org) will support up to eight U.S. students or postdocs to participate in the 2016 Cornell Summer Satellite Remote Sensing Training Course
There is a vacancy for a temporary research position at the Geophysical Institute (www.uib.no/gfi/en) within the field of the marine carbon cycle. The position is for a period of 2.5 years. The position is linked to the project "Biogeochemical Change and Detection (BIGCHANGE)”, funded by a strategic grant from the Centre for Climate Dynamics at the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.
Using seven autonomous measuring platforms, so-called ocean gliders, oceanographers from Kiel and Bremen for the first time managed to document the formation of a nearly 100-kilometer wide eddy off the coast of Peru. These eddies are important for the transport of oxygen, nutrients and heat through the oceans.