Archivo mensual: febrero 2011

Data Manager

An opportunity exists for an experienced data manager to implement and integrate systems, practices and processes for the effective management of scientific data and other key business information assets within a world-leading marine science organisation.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with strong data management skills and an interest in using those skills in the context of marine and freshwater environmental management in the UK, Europe, and internationally. Sigue leyendo


Postdoctoral Research Fellow Coastal Biogeochemistry

The Centre for Coastal Biogeochemistry Research in the School of Environmental Science and Management at Southern Cross University invites applications for a 3-year post-doctoral research position in coastal biogeochemistry.

The Centre for Coastal Biogeochemistry Research was a major contributor to the University’s ERA submission in Geochemistry that received a rating of “outstanding performance well above world standard”. The Centre has outstanding facilities including new, purpose-built experimental, preparation and analytical inorganic and organic laboratories that house state-of-the-art research instrumentation. The Centre has a number of post-graduate, post-doctoral and senior researchers working in similar areas, which provides an environment for intellectual stimulation and opportunities for exchange of ideas and collaboration. Sigue leyendo

Vacancies at The Nordic Centre for Research on Marine Ecosystems and Resources under Climate Change (NorMER)

8 PhD and 4 Postdoc positions are now available in the new Nordic Centre for Research on Marine Ecosystems and Resources under Climate Change (NorMER), with more positions opening next year.

A major challenge to managers and scientists today is to identify ways that oceans can provide food and other services in a sustainable way under changing climatic and socioeconomic conditions. As a changing climate and high harvesting put increased pressure on marine resources, scientists of the future need the cross-disciplinary skills to combine physical, biological, and social/economic science to give appropriate management advice. Sigue leyendo

Becas Iberoamérica. Jovenes profesores e Investigadores. Santander


La promoción de la investigación a través de programas de alcance, con vocación de permanencia y sostenibles, que contribuyan de manera eficaz a la articulación de un espacio plural y común del conocimiento, la investigación y la innovación social como soportes del desarrollo de nuestra comunidad iberoamericana constituye un objetivo prioritario para Banco Santander, S.A. y los distintos Bancos y sociedades filiales que lo conforman (en lo sucesivo todos y cada uno de ellos colectiva e individualmente “el Santander”) en el marco de su política de Responsabilidad Social. Sigue leyendo

Curso de experimentación animal con peces

Fechas: Del 21/03/2011 al 25/03/2011
Lugar: Cádiz
Descripción del evento:
Objetivos: Conocer la legislación europea y nacional en temas de experimentación animal en general y de peces en particular, así como los principios bioéticos sobre la protección y cuidado de animales para experimentación y otros con fines científicos. Sigue leyendo

Two Permanent Lectureships Coastal Geoscience/Environmental Geochemistry

Applications for two Lectureships are invited particularly in the areas of 1) Structural Geology/Tectonics (an interest in petroleum geosciences would be advantageous) (Vacancy no. 027) and 2) Coastal Geoscience/Environmental Geochemistry (Vacancy no. 028). You should have an excellent publication record in international journals and an ability to obtain research funding. A strong commitment to teaching is also required, including practical classes, project and fieldwork supervision. Sigue leyendo

Reader Marine Alliance for Science and Technology in Scotland (MASTS)

The University of Strathclyde is a key partner in the MASTS (Marine Alliance for Science and Technology in Scotland) pooling initiative through which funding of over £17M is being made available by the Scottish Funding Council for world-class research, training and knowledge exchange in marine science. As part of this initiative Strathclyde will be running projects in mathematical modelling of marine resources and in the development of new technology for monitoring the status of the marine environment. Sigue leyendo

Sea Ice Physics

The British Antarctic Survey (BAS), part of the Natural Environment Research Council, aims to undertake a world-class programme of scientific research, and to sustain for the UK an active and influential regional presence and a leadership role in Antarctic affairs.

Background: ICEBell is a UK NERC-funded programme partnering researchers at BAS and the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) to investigate sea ice thickness and snow depth distribution and processes in the Bellingshausen Sea, Antarctica. This includes AUV multibeam sonar surveys of the ice underside during a 30-day dedicated cruise aboard the RRS James Clark Ross, and contemporaneous airborne lidar surveys of the ice surface. This project involves a variety of national and international partners including researchers at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Danish Technical University, University of Manitoba and University of Texas San Antonio. Sigue leyendo

Business Development Manager

P&O Maritime Services (P&OMS) is a global company providing specialist maritime service solutions through ownership, operation and management of a fleet of specialised vessels.

About the Role

This is an exciting new position that will support our European based operations to assist us to build and grow our customer base in this region. Reporting to the Commercial Manager Europe the Business Development Manager will assist in providing P&O Maritime Services with the best possible commercial advantage to win new and retain existing business, through proposing competitive technical solutions, market and competitor knowledge and high quality tender proposals. Sigue leyendo

University Lectureship in Palaeoclimatology/Palaeoceanography

Applications are invited for a University Lectureship in Palaeoclimatology/Palaeoceanography to be held in the Department of Earth Sciences. We welcome applications from candidates with an outstanding record of research in field-, laboratory- or computationally- based aspects of past climate change. The Department has a strong tradition of research in this area; for example, in the development and applications of oxygen isotope systematics and stratigraphy, the use of marine and terrestrial archives of past climate change, reconstruction from observations of ocean circulation and ocean chemistry over a range of timescales, and their role in the climate system. The Godwin Laboratory for Palaeoclimate Research houses state-of-the-art facilities for geochemical, isotopic and sedimentological studies. Sigue leyendo