The University of British Columbia’s Fisheries Centre seeks a postdoctoral fellow to develop tools for assessing and managing data-limited fisheries, in collaboration with fisheries management agencies and institutions in the U.S. and internationally. LIRE LA SUITE –>
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Post-Doctoral Marine Scientist. Under the supervision of the manager, she/he will collaborate with WWF staff and partners to monitor & evaluate the ecological impacts of marine protected areas (MPAs), in Indonesia and elsewhere.
18 months, starting between spring and autumn 2015 (position open until filled)
At the Institute of Marine Research we currently have two vacant positions, a PhD and a postdoc, both for three years. LIRE LA SUITE –>
Fiabilisation de O’GAMELag : outil de modélisation du fonctionnement écologique des milieux
Responsables scientifiques : Annie Fiandrino / Martin Plus / Rutger de Wit
Martin.Plus@ifremer.fr LIRE LA SUITE –>
Three positions in statistical/quantitative ecology (1 PhD, 1 post-doc, and 1 researcher) are available at the Department of Arctic and Marine Biology of the University of Tromsø, Norway. These positions will work within the project “Sustainable management of renewable resources in a changing environment (SUSTAIN): an integrated approach across ecosystems”, funded by The Research Council of Norway for the period 2015-2018. This project combines the three strongest ecology research groups in Norway with nodes at the Universities of Oslo (UiO), Trondheim (NTNU) and Tromsø (UiT), led respectively by Profs. N.C. Stenseth, B.E. Sæther and R.A. Ims. The Tromsø node also includes NINA (Department of Arctic Ecology) and the Norwegian Polar Institute. The project’s main aim is to investigate how combined anthropogenic and climatic changes affect different harvested ecosystems (terrestrial, freshwater, and marine – particularly, but not only, in Arctic regions) and how management strategies can be improved to ensure sustainable exploitation and resilience. The research for these positions will mainly be associated with the work package 5 of the SUSTAIN project, which aims to explore how climate variation and change in combination with harvesting and other management actions will affect food web interactions in marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems.
See the links for the details on each position.
PhD position (deadline 25 May 2015):
Post-doc position (deadline 25 May 2015):
Researcher position (deadline 4 June 2015):
Dynamiques spatio-temporelles de distribution du stock ‘nord’ du Rouget barbet de roche et de son exploitation LIRE LA SUITE –>
Développement d’un modèle multi-spécifique pour la gestion des pêcheries de Mer Celtique.