3-year PhD Researcher in Ocean Biogeochemical Modelling, AWI, Bremerhaven, Germany
DEADLINE: Monday, 21 June 2021
Subject to funding approval, the section Marine Biogeosciences at AWI, Bremerhaven, Germany, invites applications for the position of a PhD Researcher in Ocean Biogeochemical Modelling (ocean alkalinity enhancement) (m/f/d). This position will be part of the Programme RETAKE: Carbon Dioxide Removal by Alkalinity Enhancement: Potential, Benefits and Risks, within the Mission of the German Alliance for Marine Research (DAM): “Marine carbon sinks in decarbonization pathways” and funded by the German Ministry for Science and Education.
Deadline for application: 21 June 2021, tentative dates for interviews: 1/2 July 2021, start date: 1 August 2021. For information on position and application requirements, please see the job post here: https://recruitingapp-5442.de.umantis.com/Vacancies/849/Description/2.
3-year, full-time Postdoc in chemical oceanography, GEOMAR, Germany
DEADLINE: Thursday, 24 June 2021
GEOMAR is offering a 36 month, full-time Postdoctoral position (m/f/d) in development and application of novel analytical techniques for ship-board and in situ measurements of munition compounds in marine systems. The candidate will be part of the European Consortium AMMOTRACe that will develop and demonstrate technologies for real-time ship-board and in situ mass spectrometric measurements of munition compounds in marine systems. The candidate will work closely with Prof. Dr. Eric Achterberg and Dr Aaron Beck and Dr Martha Gledhill. GEOMAR will be the overall coordinator of the AMMOTRACe project. The candidate will be involved in collaborative method development for munition compounds, and lead the testing and field demonstrations of the newly developed mass spectrometers. The candidate will organize all field demonstrations in the Baltic Sea and North Sea, including collaboration with our industry partner. The candidate will develop sampling methods for water and sediments in collaboration with our partners. The candidate will validate the field analyses by mass spectrometric laboratory analyses, process and evaluate the field data, and evaluate the results with industry and institute partners. The tasks of the candidate will also comprise the presentation of results on national and international scientific meeting and the publication of the results in established peer-reviewed scientific journals.
3-year, full-time Postdoc in chemical oceanography, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, CA, USA
DEADLINE: Tuesday, 31 August 2021
The Coastal Biogeochemical Sensing and the Chemical Sensor group at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) are currently seeking a postdoc to join the team. The postdoc will work on a multi-institutional, NSF-funded project to improve the accuracy of air-sea CO2 flux estimates from pH profiling platforms such as floats and gliders. Through a recently funded separate NSF project, the Global Ocean Biogeochemistry array (GO-BGC), we plan to deploy hundreds of BGC profiling floats equipped with pH sensors across the globe over the next several years.
Please submit your application using the information provided in this link: https://www.mbari.org/postdoctoral_fellow_nsf_cbs/. Applications will be open until a suitable candidate has been found. All international applications are welcome.
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