position is part of the international research project “Changing Arctic Carbon cycle in the cOastal Ocean Near-shore (CACOON)”, which aims to quantify the effect of changing freshwater export and terrestrial permafrost thaw on the type and fate of river-borne
organic matter delivered to arctic coastal waters. In CACOON, we focus on the Lena and Kolyma River deltas and their surrounding shelf areas in Siberia.
will focus on sampling the Kolyma River during spring and summer field work in the Siberian Arctic. Work
will involve sample collection from small open boats during trips to the coastal Arctic Ocean, measurements and manipulative experiments in the lab and data processing from previous field campaigns. Further details about the programme can be found here: https://www.changing-arctic-ocean.ac.uk/project/cacoon/.
You will have a PhD in a relevant
discipline and experience of producing publications, delivering presentations, running lab experiments and be familiar with analytical instruments. Russian language skills will be advantageous. Candidates will be expected to disseminate research findings
in peer-reviewed publications and international conferences. This opportunity is
offered for a 2 year fixed term period and will be based at Northumbria University in Newcastle, UK with frequent trips to Siberia, Germany and the USA.
For an informal
discussion about the post, please contact Dr
Paul Mann at [hidden email]or
telephone +44 191 227 4773.
Please apply using the Northumbria link above, by clicking ‘apply now’.
This message is intended solely for the addressee and may contain confidential and/or legally privileged information. Any use, disclosure or reproduction without the sender’s explicit consent is unauthorised and may be unlawful. If you have received this message
in error, please notify Northumbria University immediately and permanently delete it. Any views or opinions expressed in this message are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the University. Northumbria University email is provided
by Microsoft Office365 and is hosted within the EEA, although some information may be replicated globally for backup purposes. The University cannot guarantee that this message or any attachment is virus free or has not been intercepted and/or amended.
You're subscribed to the CRYOLIST mailing list
To send a message to the list, email [hidden email] For posting guidelines, see http://cryolist.org/posting.html To unsubscribe, see http://cryolist.org/unsubscribe.html