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Two Earth Observation job opportunities at Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK

The Plymouth Marine Laboratory has two new job opportunities for Earth Observation scientists ranging from junior to senior scientist grade.

1) Earth Observation Research and Development Support
Grade: Scientist (£29,874 - £35,346) or Junior Scientist (£22,404 - £27,165)
Appointment: 3 year Full Time Appointment with anticipation of extension to open-ended
Closing Date: 15 Dec 2017
Location: Plymouth Marine Laboratory (UK)

Post Doctoral position in oceanic fluid dynamics, Newfoundland, Canada

A Post Doctoral research position is available in the area of oceanic/atmospheric fluid dynamics at the Department of Physics and Physical Oceanography Memorial Univ. of Newfoundland, St John's, Newfoundland, Canada.


The area of interest includes both laboratory experiment with stratified/rotating fluids and numerical modelling.


Visiting Professorship in Oceanography at Federal University of Rio Grande-FURG, BRAZIL

The Federal University of Rio Grande (FURG), in Brazil, is seeking a Visiting Professor to work in the Post-Graduate Program in Physical, Chemical and Geological Oceanography Research, starting in 2018.




Priority topics (but not restricted to): 

 1) Physical and biogeochemical proxies and tracers to investigate marine elements cycles in the modern and past ocean; 

 2) Marine bio-optics; 

 3) Turbulence and mixing process in the oceans and atmosphere interface; 

 4) Marine geophysics.


Executive Officer, IMBeR International Project Office, Norway

The Integrated Marine Biosphere Research (IMBeR, project invites applications for the Executive Officer position of the International Project Office based at the Institute of Marine Research in Bergen, Noway. This is a temporary appointment until March

Foreign Visiting Professor, Biological Oceanography, at the Federal University of Rio Grande (FURG), Brazil

The Federal University of Rio Grande (FURG), in Brazil, is seeking a Foreign Visiting Professor to work in the Graduate Program in Biological Oceanography, starting in 2018.




The selected candidate will work in one of the following research areas: Ecology of marine microorganisms (Fungus, Viruses and Bacteria); or Ecology of Zooplankton; or Ecology of Macrobenthos.


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