Deadline: Feb. 20. University of Virginia. Research is focused on the widespread ecological phenomenon of synchrony, the tendency for populations in distant locations to rise and fall in unison. Involves analysis of existing data; no field work. A background in marine ecology is not necessary. International applicants are welcome.
Postdoctoral fellowship at Texas A&M University at Galveston: developing integrative ecosystem models to examine estuarine tropicalization on the Texas coast
This project will take advantage of the unique opportunity to integrate multiple longterm (30-40 years) datasets into ecosystem models that project changes in estuarine ecosystems in response to acute weather events, long-term climate change, restoration, coastal development, recreational and commercial… Read More
USGS Mendenhall Research Fellowship – Research Opportunity #19-10: Improving coastal change hazards forecasts
Deadline: January 4, 2021. St. Petersburg, FL. The postdoctoral fellow will define a research direction utilizing the wealth of coastal change hazards data collected in support of the TWL&CC forecasts, including remotely sensed and in situ observations of total water… Read More
USGS Mendenhall Research Fellowship – Research Opportunity #19-12: Dynamic likelihood forecasts for coastal wetland landscapes
Deadline: January 4, 2021. Woods Hole, MA. Postdoctoral fellow will develop or improve models and evaluation frameworks that can robustly forecast coastal eco-morphologic landscape response to sea-level rise. A successful proposal will develop new approaches to data-model integration that are… Read More