[Coral-List] Postdoctoral Researcher position in Ocean Acidification and Coral Reefs
Edmunds, Peter J
peter.edmunds at csun.edu
Thu Jan 8 11:00:20 EST 2015
We are pleased to post this announcement for a Postdoctoral Research in the area of Ocean Acidification and coral reefs. The position and application process are described below. In brief this position is based at CSUN, but involves extensive periods of research in Moorea, French Polynesia, with short period in Hawaii. The initial appointment will be for 1 year, but the position can be renewed for up to a total of 4 years.
Pete Edmunds and Bob Carpenter
CSUN Position – No. 4433
Apply at - http://www.csun.edu/careers/
NSF Postdoctoral Scholar – Ocean acidification and coral reefs
Application deadline: open until filled (screening starting 1 Feb 2015)
Start date: negotiable: 1 April 2015
Applications The successful candidate will work closely with RC Carpenter and PJ Edmunds (grant PIs, robert.carpenter at csun.edu and peter.edmunds at csun.edu) to investigate the effects of OA on corals, algae, and coral reefs in Moorea, French Polynesia. The research focuses on the ecophysiology of corals and algae, and spans investigative scales from organisms, to assemblages of species, and natural communities; experiments will involve microcosms, flumes, and in situ (field) analyses. Candidates are expected to have strong field-based experience with the ecophysiology of tropical corals and algae, a background in the biology/ecology/physiology of corals, algae,and reef communities, and experience in analytical seawater chemistry; scuba diving with AAUS training (or equivalent) is required. The research involves significant periods (up to 6 months/year) of work overseas in Moorea, and shorter periods (a few weeks) in Hawaii. This position provides unique opportunities to work with a small team studying the biology of coral reefs in the Caribbean and Pacific, and work with colleagues in the Moorea Coral Reef LTER, and Hawaii.
The salary includes benefits, with additional funds to support trave Applicants should submit a covering letter in which they describe their research training and interests, CV, and arrange to have two letters of reference submitted. All applications must be made through the CSUN web site (see above).
Dr. Peter J. Edmunds
Department of Biology
California State University
18111 Nordhoff Street
Research web pages:
OA Research - www.crco2.org
Moorea - http://mcr.lternet.edu
Virgin Islands - http://mcr.lternet.edu/vinp/overview/
CSUN web page - http://www.csun.edu/science-mathematics/biology/peter-j-edmunds
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