Apologies for cross postings!
I would like to draw your attention to the following Marie Curie Fellowships
offered by the Center for Research and Monitoring of the Marine Environment
(CREAM) at the National Environmental Research Institute, Roskilde, Denmark!
The Department of Marine Ecology, National Environmental Research Institute
is offering Visiting Fellowships for 3 - 12 months duration for doctoral
students as part of the European Union 5th Framework Marie Curie Host
PhD student, NERI, Denmark. PhD student to work on phytoplankton as an
indicator of ecological quality of coastal waters and to work on
establishing reference conditions for phytoplankton. The work will include
characterisation of phytoplankton bloom communities in different
geographical regions and linking physical-chemical/climatic conditions to
phytoplankton communities in general and blooms in particular. The work can
be linked to activities within the EU-projects CHARM (http://charm.dmu.dk)
and REBECCA, in particular the developing of phytoplankton community indexes
that adequately describe the state of coastal waters, and are applicable for
cost-effective monitoring. NERI holds the Danish national data base for
marine monitoring data. This data should be included in the project. The
candidate should have a background in aquatic ecology and basic knowledge of
Applicants must be nationals of a European Union Member State or be able to
provide proof of having resided in a Member State for at least the last five
years prior to their application and must be under the age of 35.
Details on applicant eligibility, how to apply etc. can be found on the
CREAM web site at:
For further information, please contact Peter Henriksen ([log in to unmask]).
National Environmental Research Institute
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