ESA is recruiting for a Senior Climate Applications Scientist – Oceanography
This position is for a senior oceanographer, leading the oceanography portfolio of the Essential Climate Variable (ECV) projects in the ESA Climate Office, currently comprising sea state, sea level, sea surface temperature, ocean colour, sea surface salinity, sea level budget closure and ocean carbon. This portfolio will be further expanded over coming years, to include further ocean related ECVs, cross-ECV activities, Tipping Points and links to climate modelling. The position is located in ECSAT, Harwell, UK. The appointee will work to expand the awareness, use and scientific impact of satellite Earth Observation (EO) data records for applications in climate science and services, with a main focus on oceanography, but also for other domains of the Earth system. Ideally, the appointee would have significant research expertise in the field of oceanography, covering a wide range of scientific areas and applications over oceans and inland water bodies, and demonstrable skills in science management.
Deadline for application: 8 May 2023
For full details and to apply, visit https://jobs.esa.int/job/Harwell-Climate-Applications-Scientist-Oceanography/874210601/
Call for Proposals_Indian Scientific Expedition to the Arctic 2023-2024
The Indian National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research (NCPOR) invites research proposals from national scientific organisations/institutions, research laboratories and universities with a sustained interest in polar research for funded access (comprising travel, DA as per the Government of India norms, polar clothing, boarding and lodging) to the Ny-Alesund Research Infrastructure in Svalbard, Norway. Scientific research proposals for initiation during 2023-24 are invited, specifically within the following fields of Arctic research:
Atmospheric Science with special reference to the study of aerosols, trace gases and precipitation over the Arctic
Marine Science: Dynamics and functioning of Arctic fjords (Kongsfjorden)
Environmental Chemistry: Natural contaminants in food webs and long-range pollutants
Cryospheric studies: Snow and ice chemistry, glaciology
Terrestrial ecosystems of the Arctic
The complete program, eligibility, and application information are available on the website https://ncpor.res.in/arctics. Application deadline: 28th January 2023.
Plymouth Marine Laboratory is launching a new fellowship in memory of Professor Trevor Platt FRS
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) is launching a new fellowship in memory of our late friend and colleague Professor Trevor Platt FRS.
We are seeking applications from outstanding early career researchers to undertake a research project at PML in any aspect of biological oceanography (fieldwork, earth observations, theoretical, ocean stewardship etc..), following on the legacy of Trevor Platt.
The fellowship will provide a bursary of £15k to include travel, visa, accommodation and living expenses. The aim is to allow a visit of between four to six months depending on distance, living costs and science activity. It is expected the fellowship will start in summer 2023 (June/July).
For full details and to apply, visit https://www.pml.ac.uk/Working-with-us/Trevor-Platt-Fellowship
The scholarships will support post-graduate students from developing countries, for research that advances the understanding of the scientific basis of risk of human-induced climate change, its potential impacts, and options for adaptation and mitigation.
The scholarship provides a four-year fully-funded studentship which covers the course fee, and a tax-free stipend equal to the UKRI minimum stipend, which is £17,668 in 2022-23. There will be an increase each year. In addition there is a research and training support grant of £8000 to help cover the cost of lab consumables, fieldwork, training courses, travel and costs associated with conferences, etc.
For full details and to apply, visit https://www.environmental-research.ox.ac.uk/ipcc-scholarships