marine resources, marine ecology
Vacant Position in Stakeholder Communication and Knowledge Transfer in the Area of Marine Ecology Research
Excerpt:The Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT) is seeking an experienced scientist for the establishment of an Executive Support Unit for the Dialogue with Stakeholders charged with the coordination of the activities at the ZMT related to knowledge transfer.
Excerpt:John Gowdy and Paulo A.L.D. Nunes are calling for papers for their special issue on "Marine Economics and Policy Related to Ecosystem Services: Lessons from the Mediterranean, Black and Caribbean Regional", which is expected to be published in the Journal "Ecosystem Services" by the end of 2014.
Excerpt:The Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture - Department of Agricultural Economics of the Humboldt- Universität zu Berlin is offering a 2-year research position in project "The scalar organization of natural resource governance: an institutionalist perspective on the transformation of water and marine governance in the EU".
Excerpt:The Department of Agricultural Economics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin offers a research associate position for the DFG (German Research Council) funded project "The scalar organization of natural resource governance: an institutionalist perspective on the transformation of water and marine governance".
Excerpt:The University of Gothenburg, Sweden, announces ten research student positions linked to the multidisciplinary Graduate school in marine environmental research.
Two PhD Positions in the Institutional & Behavioural Economics Group at the Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology, ZMT Bremen
Excerpt:The research group Institutional and Behavioural Economics at the Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology in Bremen, Germany, is offering two PhD positions. Applications should be sent in as soon as possible.
Excerpt:The objective of this conference is to gather operators, designers, constructors, marine scientists, regulatory authorities, and researchers, to discuss and disseminate technological advances that will realise environmental impact reduction from marine activities. ...
Excerpt:The Leibnitz Center for Marine Tropical Ecology in Bremen, Germany, is offering two PhD positions in the area of management of marine ressources. These are part of the projects on "Institutions for Sustainable Coastal and Marine Social-Ecological Systems" as well as "Innovation for sustainable coastal livelihoods". ...