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MarineGEO fellowship

Posted on October 24, 2016 by in The OFI Blog

Low angle view of a scuba diver swimming near a school of fish underwater

Low angle view of a scuba diver swimming near a school of fish underwater

The Smithsonian’s Tennenbaum Marine Observatories Network (TMON) is currently accepting proposals for the MarineGEO postdoctoral fellowship. MarineGEO is a growing, long-term, worldwide research program focused on understanding geographic and temporal patterns and processes in coastal marine biodiversity and ecosystems using comparative approaches. 

MarineGEO objectives:

  1. Transform our understanding of the links between biodiversity and ecological processes in coastal marine ecosystems, the forces of change, and related consequences for society, using integrative and multidisciplinary approaches across space and time
  2. Provide the science needed to understand coastal health (e.g., resilience and sustainability)

The application deadline is Thursday 12/15/16. To learn more click here.