Contributions relating to marine law, maritime law or ocean governance in Africa are invited for publication in iiLwandle Zethu (“Our Seas” in Xhosa), the new Journal of Ocean Law and Governance in Africa (JOLGA), published by Juta and Company. The first issue of JOLGA has been published (the order form can be found in the announcement). The submission of contributions for the 2017 issue, which may take the form of articles, notes, updates or book reviews, is now open.
Submission deadline: 10th of December 2016
The European Marine Board (EMB) invites applications for the position of Science Officer. Reporting to the EMB Executive Secretary, the successful candidate will provide support to core activities of the Board in working with an extensive network of experts to deliver scientific strategy and foresight, advancing future seas and ocean research. The work will also involve engagement in activities funded by the European Commission via Horizon 2020 projects and other external contracts.
Application deadline: 16 September 2016
The project investigates the dynamical mechanisms of regional sea level variability along the coasts and shelf seas of southeast Asia and the Indonesian Archipelago building on experiments with high- resolution ocean models. The PhD Student will contribute to the development of a new configuration of the NEMO-ocean model family with regionally refined resolution, and will devise a programme of numerical experimentation to identify and understand the processes governing the variability and trends of regional sea level in this area.
Part-time Research Scientist to depict the exchange of components on cell level by employing secondary ion mass spectrometry, IOW, Warnemünde, Germany
The Department Biological Oceanography of the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW) is offering a part-time (65%) research scientist position.