[Coral-List] Oceanographer ZP-III position with NOAA, Ocean Acidification Research

Jim Hendee jim.hendee at noaa.gov
Sat Mar 2 10:54:51 EST 2013

Greetings, Coral-Listers!

    It is my distinct pleasure to announce that NOAA's Atlantic
Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, in Miami, Florida, is
seeking a research oceanographer to conduct coral reef ecosystem ocean
acidification research.  The position will be open for application for
only a short time (March 1 to March 11, 2013).


    The individual selected for this position will: Investigate the
    physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of coral reef
    ecosystems, and how stressors--in particular ocean
    acidification--impact these ecosystems.  Disseminate research
    findings through peer-reviewed publications and conference
    presentations on topics related to coral reef science and marine
    ecology. Prepare one primary author paper every other year and one
    contributing author paper every year.  Develop projects and obtain
    funding for research activities and support personnel to investigate
    ocean acidification on coral reef ecosystems.  Serve as the chief
    scientist on field programs investigating coral reefs, including
    work with SCUBA.  Lead a team of contractors and post-doctoral
    associates in reach research program investigating ocean
    acidification on coral reefs.  

    For the complete listing, including *eligibility*, salary, etc.,
please visit this link:


    Sincerely yours,

    Jim Hendee
 James C. Hendee, Ph.D.
 Coral Health and Monitoring Program
 Ocean Chemistry Division
 Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory
 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
 U.S. Department of Commerce
 4301 Rickenbacker Causeway
 Miami, FL  33149-1026

 Voice:  (305) 361-4396
 Fax:    (305) 361-4447
 Email:  jim.hendee at noaa.gov <mailto:jim.hendee at noaa.gov>

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