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16 de octubre de 2019

Doctorado estudiando bosques canadienses

PhD thesis: Evaluation of tree vulnerability under assisted migration: a functional approach
Contact: Jean-Pierre.Tremblay@bio.ulaval.ca
Deadline: 2019-11-15


Due to climate change, it is anticipated that current tree populations will be exposed to very different environmental conditions from the current conditions. Assisted migration is a potential management strategy, but the planted trees are confronted with more rigorous conditions, especially during their early establishment phase. We have established an experiment in the Quebec mixed forest to better understand vulnerability of trees planted for assisted migration. Nine thousand seedlings of 9 different species and 3 provenances, representing current climate, that of 2050 and of 2080, were planted and subject to treatments testing different abiotic and biotic constraints : microclimate, herbivory (exclosures) and vegetation competition. We are seeking a PhD candidate interested in working on this unique site with a team of researchers from Quebec and the United States (USDA). The project includes three dimensions : 1) monitoring of phenological traits; 2) herbivory : evaluation of the risk of predation as a function of species and provenance and 3) functional traits : measure of key traits and their plasticity across species and provenances. The project is supervised by a multi-disciplinary team: Jean-Pierre Tremblay (Jean-Pierre.Tremblay@bio.ulaval.ca) and Alison Munson from Université Laval, and Patricia Raymond from the Quebec Ministry of Forests, Wildlife and Parks.
We are offering a fellowship of 21 000 $/yr for three years. The candidate should have a Masters or MSc in biology or forest sciences (or be completing a degree). We are looking for qualities of autonomy, curiosity, science communication skills (written and oral). Please send your CV, your recent marks, a letter of motivation and a list of 2-3 references who can be contacted, to M Tremblay, for November 15th, 2019.

15 de octubre de 2019

Trabaja en un centro de rescate de mamíferos marinos de Los Angeles

JOB OPPORTUNITY WITH MARINE ANIMAL RESCUE SPECIALISTS

Marine Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization providing rescue response as far north as the Pacific Palisades, south to Long Beach, and as far west as Catalina Island. MAR conducts hundreds of marine mammal rescues annually. Rescued animals consist primarily of sea lions, seals, and seabirds with occasional dolphins and sea turtles. MAR has rescued 6,000 marine mammals over the past 30 years. MAR also works as a member of the large whale disentanglement network.

You must have pinniped rescue experience to apply for this position.

POSITION: MARINE ANIMAL RESCUE SPECIALIST

MAR is looking for committed individuals who would like to make rescuing marine animals a career. You must have pinniped, especially sea lion rescue experience to apply. Training will be provided by MAR to ensure continued high-level response to any marine animal calls. MAR will not consider candidates looking for a temporary position. Only long-term applicants will be considered.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Must be available 5 days a week, 8 hours per day for response, rescue and transportation from jetties, docks, and both common and uncommon stranding locations. Must be able to learn the proper use of specialized marine animal rescue, transportation and safety equipment. Must be able to work in cooperation with local agencies and volunteers and be familiar with all local, state and federal laws pertaining to the rescuing of marine animals.

LOCATION: MAR’s authorized territory is Los Angeles County, from Pacific Palisades to Long Beach and west to Catalina, California.

HOURS: Approximately 8 hours per day, 5 days per week. Be prepared to work long days from January to June.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and skills

START: Within 6 months



REFERENCES AND REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

A bachelor’s degree and marine mammal handling experience
Provide background/references
A valid driver’s license with no points
Minimum two year experience in rescuing seals and sea lions
Must correctly identify local marine animal species and demonstrate knowledge of birthing seasons and natural behaviors of marine animals
Some animal-related emergency medical experiences
Must meet challenging physical fitness requirements
Must be able to lift 75 pounds into truck
Must possess 24-hour Hazwhoper certificate
Skill in small boat handling
Able to drive 4WD Pickup truck in a sandy environment

OTHER REQUIRED RESPONSIBILITIES:
Maintain rescue and transportation equipment
Responsible for school visits
Must be enthusiastic with good communication skills and be able to work with others, including Coast Guard, Lifeguards, Police, etc.
When on-call, must answer calls promptly
Must pass County Beach Safety Driving Course
Coordinate volunteers

Send your cover letter, resume and references to the email address below:

Contact: Peter Wallerstein, pw@marspecialists.org

www.marspecialists.org

14 de octubre de 2019

Huye del frío y vete 3 meses a Panamá a estudiar comportamiento de mariposas

The Evolution of Brains and Behaviour (EBAB) Lab
(http://shmontgomery.co.uk/index.html) at the University of Bristol, UK
is seeking a field assistant to help with developmental and behavioural
studies of Heliconius butterflies at the Smithsonian Tropical Research
Institute (STRI) in Gamboa, Panama. The successful candidate will spend
approximately three months in Panama, beginning in mid-January 2020. The
position is open to all students with a background in zoology and interest
in animal behaviour or neurobiology.

Heliconius butterflies exhibit a marked expansion of the mushroom body,
a region of the insect brain associated with learning and memory, being
3-4 times larger than in other Lepidoptera, including closely related
Heliconiini genera. The EBAB Lab is investigating both the developmental
basis and behavioural consequences of this expansion through developmental
timeseries of neural tissue and behavioural experimentation across both
Heliconius and non-Heliconius Heliconiini species.

The primary responsibilities of the field assistant will be to maintain
stock butterfly populations and rear caterpillars. There will also be
opportunities to collect wild butterflies from surrounding forests, assist
with behavioural experiments on long-term memory and learn to perform
insect brain dissections and lab protocols for next-generation sequencing
approaches. This is an excellent opportunity for a recent graduate to
gain experience in lab work, experimental design and field collecting.

Dates: starting and finishing dates are flexible, but ideally the
successful candidate will be available for three months, beginning in
mid-January 2020.

Funding: the successful applicant will receive 800 USD per month, which
comfortably covers living costs while in Panama. STRI requires that
all researchers have health insurance, this is not provided but can be
purchased through STRI at the applicant¢s cost. Financial assistance
with air travel to and from Panama will be available if required.

Accommodation: application can be made for accommodation through STRI
or arranged privately. Accommodation costs are approximately 250-300 USD
per month. Gamboa is a small town, with all facilities within comfortable
walking distance.

Interested applicants should have training in zoology or a related
field, and should send a CV and brief statement of research interests
to Fletcher Young (fletcherjyoung@gmail.com) and Laura Hebberecht
(laurahebberecht@gmail.com). Applicants will be interviewed via Skype
in mid-November 2019.

Applications will close 10 November 2019.

13 de octubre de 2019

Postdoc marino y evolutivo en las Islas Baleares

2--years postdoc position at the University of the Balearic Islands, under the project MARISCO "Phenotyping Rubisco in aquatic organisms: evolutionary drivers, molecular mechanisms and ecological consequences"

The aim of the project is to study the performance of Rubisco in targeted phylogenetic branches along the evolution of photosynthetic organisms

Duration: 2 years, potentially longer depending on funding.

Starting date: end of 2019 or by agreement.

Interested applicants should send their CV plus motivation letter to Concepción Íñiguez (c.iniguez@uib.es c.iniguez@uib.es>) or Jeroni Galmés (jeroni.galmes@uib.cat jeroni.galmes@uib.cat>).

Applications close on November 30th.


The candidate is expected to have a PhD in one of the following subjects: Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Ecology, Microbiology, and/or related topics. Background in bioinformatic analysis, genomic data and familiarity with meta-analysis is also expected. Demonstrated ability in writing and scientific communication, with a sufficient number of publications in relevant positions is a requisite.


Competencies which will constitute an advantage during the selection are:

- Experience in Rubisco biochemistry.

- Experience of working with phytoplankton and aquatic macrophytes.

- Experience of working with extremophyles.



Additional skills:

Capacity to take the initiative, be creative and to manage own progress with accuracy.

Good ability to work independently in a cross disciplinary environment.


Good communication skills and a good command of written and spoken English is required.

12 de octubre de 2019

Coordinador para el programa de conservación marina en BirdLife África

Application deadline:
Tuesday, 29. October 2019 - 23:45


Marine Coordinator
• Location: Can be based in either Dakar-Senegal, Accra-Ghana, Nairobi- Kenya in or Cambridge-UK
• Full time
• Contract: 2 year fixed term

BirdLife International is the world’s largest nature conservation partnership. Through our unique local-to-global approach, we deliver high impact and long-term conservation for the benefit of nature and people.

Job Overview

As the Marine Programme Coordinator, you will lead the Marine Programme of the BirdLife Africa Secretariat in collaboration with the BirdLife International’s Marine Programme (BIMP). You will manage and provide strategic guidance to staff in the Africa Marine Unit and lead the development and implementation of the marine projects. You will coordinate with other BirdLife programmes to promote seabird conservation, primarily with the Invasive Alien Species and Preventing Extinctions programmes.

Key Responsibilities

• Lead and coordinate the development and implementation of the BirdLife Marine Programme
• Facilitate collaboration and harmony of Africa Marine programme with wider BirdLife International’s Marine Programme (BIMP)
• Lead, manage and motivate a team of staff for delivery of the Marine Programme in Africa
• Facilitate the coordination, delivery and growth of the marine objectives and capacity of the BirdLife Africa Partnership, including expanding capacity for marine IBA work in the region
• Facilitate, coordinate, and support liaison with key collaborators in other environmental NGOs, government agencies, secretariats of relevant treaties and fora, etc. to further delivery of the priorities of BirdLife Africa Secretariat’s marine programme.
• Promote and communicate the objectives, goals and achievements of the BirdLife Africa Secretariat Marine Programme at a regional and international level
• Identify and promote the development of multilateral projects and agreements to advance the objectives of the BirdLife Africa Secretariats Marine Programme within Africa
• Coordinate with other BirdLife programmes to promote seabird conservation, primarily with the Invasive Alien Species and Preventing Extinctions programmes

The ideal candidate will have

• Advanced university degree in natural sciences and their practical application
• Demonstrate knowledge in marine science and conservation
• Strong communication skills and the ability to promote BirdLife to senior level stakeholders in international organisations, government, private sector and civil society
• Ability to write professional articles and give presentations to international
audiences
• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office package
• Strong leadership and managerial skills
• Proficient in statistical tools for scientific analysis
• Fluent in English, additional French language skills would be advantageous


See the full job description.

Closing date: Wednesday, 29 October 2019

Application: Applications should include a covering letter summarising the applicant’s suitability for the position, a detailed CV, contact details of two referees known to the applicant in a professional capacity and outline salary expectations. Applications should be sent by email, stating where the advert was seen, to: recruitment-africa@birdlife.org
Interviews: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

11 de octubre de 2019

Science Writer for Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) invites candidates to apply for the position of science writer in the Communications Division to support the Nuclear Science and Engineering Directorate (NSED).

The writer will produce timely communications materials for NSED for distribution to the US Department of Energy (DOE) and both general and targeted audiences. Under minimal supervision, the candidate will develop complex scientific material into well-constructed, easy-to-read documents that

clearly and accurately present the research and scientific and technical advances of its scientists and programs to a diverse group of stakeholders including scientific peers, sponsors, stakeholders, and the public.

NSED addresses compelling challenges in nuclear science and technology that enable ORNL to respond to national priorities. NSED focuses on the following mission areas: (1) research and development (R&D) for both fission and fusion technologies; (2) advanced modeling and simulation; (3) stable and radioactive isotope R&D and production; and (4) research, development, and deployment of technologies to address nuclear security challenges globally.

Major Duties/Responsibilities

Understand and write about complex science- and technology-related topics and materials and work with senior scientists and managers to produce timely, interesting, and compelling science and technology articles that readily convey the importance of the work at ORNL to multiple audiences. To create such materials, the writer will interview subject-matter experts, perform background research, and work from often highly technical source material.
Write news releases, feature articles, science highlights, website content, promotional pieces, fact sheet content, and other materials that clearly and effectively communicate research findings, technical developments, key programming messages, and other news and information.
Organize information from various scientific and often highly technical sources, including interviews with subject matter experts, and produce written materials in concise language without loss of technical meaning and with meticulous attention to logic, consistency, and accuracy. Collaborate with technical editors to ensure adherence to grammar and style guidelines.
Collaborate with the NSED communications coordinator to maintain NSED’s social media presence by developing content and posting regular updates.
Collaborate with other staff in Communications and Creative Services to provide NSED with needed support and required products.
Suggest visual material in support of scientific and promotional information needs. Work with designers, illustrators, photographers, and video producers to develop attractive and high-visual-impact products.
Work with external media, including science and trade publications, on coverage of NSED.
Comply with environment, safety, health, and quality program requirements.
Maintain a strong commitment to the implementation and perpetuation of values and ethics.



Qualifications Required

A bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, English, or a science-related field.
A minimum of 2 years of experience producing communications products for general audiences.



Qualifications Preferred

Experience writing about nuclear science and engineering topics is strongly preferred.

Communications experience in a national laboratory setting or with DOE staff and experience coordinating social media for organizations are preferred. Technical training or a background in science is a plus.

The successful candidate must have strong scientific/technical reading, editing, and writing skills (will be expected to provide writing samples); experience writing about science and/or technology-related subjects for general audiences; excellent attention to detail; the ability to develop a good understanding of the scientific and technical areas addressed by NSED; the ability to understand, follow, and implement complex instructions; strong organizational skills, including the flexibility to simultaneously handle several assignments for multiple customers; excellent verbal and interpersonal communication skills; the ability to prioritize and meet deadlines; the ability to work—both independently and with all levels of researchers and staff—in a team-based environment; and skills in solving problems and developing and implementing solutions.

This position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Energy (DOE) security clearance.

Benefits at ORNL: UT-Battelle offers a quality benefits package, including a matching 401(k), contributory pension plan, paid vacation, and medical/dental plan options. Onsite amenities include a credit union, medical clinic, cafeteria, coffee stands, and fitness facilities.

Relocation: Moving can be overwhelming and expensive. UT-Battelle offers a generous relocation package to ease the transition process. Domestic and international relocation assistance is available for certain positions. If invited to interview, be sure to ask your Recruiter (Talent Acquisition Partner) for details.

For more information about our benefits, working here, and living here, visit the “About” tab at jobs.ornl.gov.

This position will remain open for a minimum of 5 days after which it will close when a qualified candidate is identified and/or hired.

We accept Word (.doc, .docx), Adobe (unsecured .pdf), Rich Text Format (.rtf), and HTML (.htm, .html) up to 5MB in size. Resumes from third party vendors will not be accepted; these resumes will be deleted and the candidates submitted will not be considered for employment.

If you have trouble applying for a position, please email ORNLRecruiting@ornl.gov.

ORNL is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants, including individuals with disabilities and protected veterans, are encouraged to apply. UT-Battelle is an E-Verify employer.

Postdoc bioinformático y evolutivo en Noruega

An 18-month position as researcher is available at the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES), University of Oslo. The appointed candidate will be working on the project “Drivers of evolutionary change: understanding stasis and non-stasis through integration of micro- and macroevolution”, which aims at bringing together micro- and macro-evolutionary theories by studying to what extent macroevolutionary patterns can be explained from microevolutionary and ecological processes. The PI of the project is Nils Chr. Stenseth, University of Oslo; co-PIs are Jan Martin Nordbotten, University of Bergen; Indrė Žliobaitė , University of Helsinki; and Mikael Fortelius, University of Helsinki.

Deadline 21st October 2019. Read the complete advertisement here: https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/175905/researcher-in-biomathematics

10 de octubre de 2019

Conservación y educación ambiental en Canadá

The Kativik Regional Government (KRG), a supra municipal body with jurisdiction over the territory located north of the 55th parallel, is now looking for a self-motivated and dynamic individual interested in joining the KRG to work in the capacity of: CONSERVATION & EDUCATION SPECIALIST (Permanent, Full Time Position) Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of the Renewable Resources Department, the Conservation & Education Specialist will:
Ensure that the ecological integrity of the Nunavik Parks is maintained: o Implement the conservation plans; o Design, implement and update monitoring plans; o Propose and realize research projects designed to validate and increase knowledge of the parks; o Analyze and monitor scientific research projects approved by the Harmonization Committees; o Ensure that the activities of the visitors and the park employees are respectful of the environmental code of ethics and park regulations; o In collaboration with Park Wardens, monitor the wildlife protection plan; o Manage, update and deliver training to the staff concerning parks conservation and education missions;
Implement and update the education plan for Nunavik parks: o Ensure the complementary nature of park activities; o Ensure that the yearly activities foreseen in the Education Plan are realized; o Design and identify educational material; o In collaboration with the local and regional education authorities, develop and deliver a school program on Nunavik Parks; o Validate the educational components of parks communications; o Provide expertise in the organization of interpretive activities including the presentation of exhibits in the interpretation centers. o Assist in meetings of the Harmonization Committees.
Act as a resource person in the development of Nunavik Parks: o For each new park created, participate with MDDEP in the preparation of education and conservation plans; o Participate in the development and realization of the park exhibitions for the interpretation centers; o As required, provide expertise in activities leading to the creation and opening of parks in Nunavik; o Participate in the training program as concerns education and conservation for the park employees recruited prior to the parks openings; o Assist in meetings of the Harmonization Committees. 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Possess a university degree in the natural sciences (Biology, Geology, Geography, etc.) or have 5 years of relevant experience;
Possess a thorough knowledge of Inuit archaeology, history and culture;
Possess good research, analysis, summary and writing skills;
Possess solid teamwork experience;
Languages spoken and written fluency in at least two of the following languages Inuktitut, French, English.
Possess a working knowledge of widely used computer software within a Macintosh environment (word processors, spread sheets, databases, etc.);
Be available to travel frequently in Nunavik Place of work: Kuujjuaq. Salary: Minimum $52 983 and maximum $90 909 annually (Class 10). Benefits: Cost-of-living differential: minimum $8 500 annually. Food allowance: minimum $3 453 annually. Annual leave allowance: minimum 3. Simplified pension plan: 6% employer; 4% employee. Group insurance. Vacation: 20 days annually. Statutory holidays: 19 days including 10 during the Christmas period. 
Send your résumé and a short presentation letter in English and French before October 16, 2019 to: Human Resources Kativik Regional Government P.O. Box 9 Kuujjuaq QC J0M 1C0 Fax: 819-964-2975 Email: humanresources@krg.ca The KRG is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with this and with the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement, conditions may vary to promote the employment of Inuit candidates. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Associate Staff Veterinarian at a sea turtle rescue center

Associate Staff Veterinarian

Summary: The Associate Staff Veterinarian will serve as a clinician and researcher in the Rehabilitation department at Loggerhead Marinelife Center. He or she will be responsible for expanding his or her clinical veterinary skills under the supervision of the Director of Rehabilitation, expanding the clinical research program focusing on, but not limited to, threatened and endangered sea turtles, writing grants aimed at funding the clinical research, and representing the organization at professional conferences.

The Associate Staff Veterinarian will develop related external partnerships and collaborations; work with the center’s hospital staff and research biologists; publish material in peer-reviewed journals, and effectively communicate the accomplishments of Rehabilitation department. The Associate Staff Veterinarian will work with the Director of Rehabilitation to ensure the Rehabilitation department works to achieve the goals laid out in the current Strategic Plan.

Qualifications: DVM or equivalent, eligible for licensure in the State of Florida.

Supervisor: Reports directly to the Director of Rehabilitation/Chief Veterinary Office.

Rehabilitation Responsibilities, in Collaboration with the Director of Rehabilitation:
Provides any/all needed veterinary patient care
Implements health care of the entire collection (invertebrates, fish, and turtles, etc.)

Reviews daily keeper reports

Ensures compliance with all applicable state and federal governmental animal care regulations, which includes supervising the control of narcotics and dangerous drugs. This requires use of State Veterinary, DEA, and USDA licenses

Diagnoses and acts upon animal diseases and injuries by surgeries, treatments or prescribing and administering medications, including review of clinical pathology reports

Generates and maintains all medical and necropsy records, including legally mandated inventories of controlled substances

Trains and participates in restraint and capture of animals for examination, treatment, prescription dispensation, or transport

Provides emergency care for injured or sick animals

Provides pathology support by performing necropsies as needed

Provides feedback when solicited in reference to management of the pharmacy, operating room, laboratory, radiology, and other hospital facilities

Provides feedback in the maintenance of accurate health records including laboratory analysis

Participates in training of veterinary technicians and veterinary or research students, as applicable

Supports the Director of Rehabilitation in improving and expanding rehabilitation patient care with the development and integration of new, progressive, and innovative techniques

Research Responsibilities:
Develops and maintains an active clinical research program in conjunction with the Director of Rehabilitation and, as appropriate, with the Director of Research
Ensures adherence to professional standards and ethics of prospective research
Evaluates research publication opportunities within historic records and cases
Promotes professional reputation of Loggerhead Marinelife Center through direct and collaborative efforts, participation in professional societies, hosting of workshops, other collegial actions, and more

Training Responsibilities: It is envisioned that the Associate Staff Veterinarian will eventually assume the position of Director of Rehabilitation. As such, both the Chief Veterinary Officer (Interim Director of Rehabilitation) and the Associate Staff Veterinarian will work together to ensure that the ASV is trained to eventually assume the role. Therefore, it is imperative that both openly communicate the full scale of responsibilities, attitudes, and philosophies for the Director of Rehabilitation as developed by Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

Strategic Plan Responsibilities: The Associate Staff Veterinarian is responsible for assisting the Director of Rehabilitation in overseeing the accomplishment of departmental goals and Center-wide goals as it relates to the Rehabilitation Department, including but not limited to the following:
Attaining local, national, and international recognition as a leading authority in sea turtle rehabilitation
Improving operation of the sea turtle hospital
Planning for expansion
Staffing
Planning for major catastrophe

Other Responsibilities:
Oversees the management of the sea turtle Rehabilitation Department in collaboration with the Director of Rehabilitation
Reinforces policies and procedures for the Rehabilitation Department
Works with the Director of Rehabilitation to develop and adhere to an annual budget for the Rehabilitation Department promoting fiscal responsibility
Identifies and promotes professional growth opportunities for staff
Maintains an awareness of the goals and accomplishments of Loggerhead Marinelife Center
Adheres to monthly requests presented by the CEO and COO, i.e., monthly reporting to the Board of Directors

Introductory Period: It is the policy of LMC that all team members, including newly hired, transferred and promoted team members, will be carefully monitored and evaluated by the CEO and the staff veterinarian for an initial introductory period on the job (3 months, 6 months and 1 year). After satisfactory completion of the introductory evaluation, such team members will be evaluated on an annual basis.


About Loggerhead Marinelife Center: Unique among nonprofits, LMC is a totally free (no charge) facility in Palm Beach County, FL. We rely on the generosity of our guests and our supporters to power our mission and vision. Our amazing 30 year history is one of community, family, and fun. The good work we do on campus is designed to help promote the conservation of ocean ecosystems and the protection of threatened and endangered sea turtles. LMC is one of the top visited cultural destinations in Palm Beach County attracting over 360,000 visitors annually.

LMC’s core focus areas are Education, Research, Rehabilitation, and Conservation. LMC’s campus is widely known for our world class sea turtle hospital, our cutting edge sea turtle research laboratory, our sea-side themed gift boutique, and our very popular public and signature events.

In 2013, LMC assumed management of the iconic Juno Beach Pier and has launched a global responsible pier initiative (RPI) which has over 60 member piers worldwide. In 2016, LMC further expanded operations via a strategic partnership with FPL to manage the retail operations and consult on programming at Manatee Lagoon, an eco-discovery center in Rivera Beach, FL.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to work long hours in the sun and at night in extreme conditions. The employee is required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand and walk. The employee is frequently required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Application:Interested candidates, please email a cover letter and resume with “Associate Staff Veterinarian” in the subject line to: hr@marinelife.org.

* This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. He or she will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties requested by his or her supervisor.



You can also mail your application materials to:

Loggerhead Marinelife Center

Attn: Human Resources


14200 U.S. Highway One

Juno Beach, FL 33408

Loggerhead Marinelife Center is an equal opportunity employer.

9 de octubre de 2019

Becas de alojamiento, manutención y uso de un laboratorio acuático cerca de París


OPEN Call for Transnational Access to PLANAQUA Facilities in 2020
Contact: planaqua@biologie.ens.fr
Deadline: 2019-10-30


Dear colleagues,

the PLANAQUA platform from Ecole normale supérieure and CNRS nearby Paris is ready to receive projects using our aquatic mecososms and macrocosms in 2020. This competitive call allows us to fund 2-3 standard projects per year coordinated by a foreign researcher and it covers the calls of travel, lodging and manipulation on site. Our staff will contribute to preparation, implementation and data analysis of research projects. Please contact Gérard Lacroix and Sarah Fiorini for further information and check out the detailed procedure below.

Examples of projects hosted during the two last years include manipulation of boat noise, studies of the impact of environmental change on invasive species, monitoring of zooplankton migration or investigations of turbulence effects on the bio-geochemistry of sediment-water interface. Take a tour of the AQUACOSM portal to discover the metadata from these experiments or contact us for more details.

Deadline in a little bit more than a month !

Please spread the news in your research networks.

All the best,

Jean-François LE GALLIARD

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OPEN Call for Transnational Access to European Aquatic Mesocosm Facilities in 2020

The EU Research Infrastructure project AQUACOSM (http://aquacosm.eu) has opened the 3rd CALL for Transnational Access to fund participation or leadership of mesocosm experiments in 2020. We open for access to more than 33 aquatic mesocosm facilities, located at 15 AQUACOSM partners throughout Europe. In total AQUACOSM offers more than 11500 person-days of TA between Jan 2018 and Oct 2020. This CALL opens for >3800 person days of Transnational Access in 2020.

AQUACOSM offers funding for mesocosm experiments through a unique collaborative international project, representing a full cross section of Aquatic Ecosystems. The ecosystems represents a range from freshwater to estuarine and marine systems, covering the Sub-Arctic to the Mediterranean and beyond, from mountains to lowlands spanning from ultra-oligotrophic to hyper-eutrophic conditions, including benthic and pelagic systems.

AQUACOSM specifically aims to promote effective international scientific collaboration and technological knowledge transfer across traditional barriers between regions, countries and traditionally separated science disciplines, such a marine and freshwater research. As up to 20% of the funded participants may be from countries outside the European Union and its associated member states it also represents a truly world-wide opportunity!

Application deadline for Transnational Access: 30th October 2019 before 13:00 CET.

More information on TA opportunities, planned experiments, open time slots and the application process is available at https://www.aquacosm.eu/transnational-access/ and https://www.aquacosm.eu/mesocosms/.

Information: www.aquacosm.eu

Contact of TA-team: TA@aquacosm.eu

Dr. Stella A. Berger
Leader of the AQUACOSM Transnational Access Programme
Berger@igb-berlin.de

Dr. Tatiana M. Tsagaraki
Co-Leader of the AQUACOSM Transnational Access Programme
Tatiana.Tsagaraki@uib.no

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