3 new positions which we have available in the area of fisheries oceanography/population dynamics.

All positions will be affiliated with a new Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate, of which DTU Aqua is a member. Could you please notify potential candidates that may be qualified and 
nterested in applying?


Deadline : 31 Janvier 2012

Nippon Foundation Nereus Fellowship: “Improving species range map methodologies for marine biodiversity”
Réponse par email to: gae.matthews@geog.cam.ac.uk, no later than 1200 noon UK time on Tuesday, 31st January 2012

The University of Cambridge and UNEP-WCMC have secured funding to provide full support to a PhD student for 3 years (subject to satisfactory progress) from 1 October 2012 under the Nereus Programme, a co-operation between The Nippon Foundation and The University of British Columbia, Canada.

Nereus is a new programme designed to develop scientific capability for predicting future seafood production. The programme builds on international networking of scientists to communicate and bring about change to how we exploit the oceans in order for our children and grandchildren to enjoy seafood and experience a healthy ocean.
The goal to develop future ocean simulations is fundamentally dependent on the availability of reliable, spatially explicit databases of relevant data, which are global in extent and of appropriate spatial and temporal resolution to the policies and management decisions that they inform. LIRE LA SUITE –>