Postdoctoral Fellow in Geomicrobiology

As a postdoctoral fellow you will use your strong background in geochemistry and conduct research with expertise in microscopy and chemical analyses (XRD Stable isotopes, HPLC, GC). The work will include experimental design, various microscopy techniques and geochemical characterization of the mineral product. Closing date: 10/01/2020.
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Postdoctoral Fellow in Marine Geophysics

The postdoctoral fellow will conduct theoretical and computational research on marine hydrate dynamics over a wide range of time scales. The postdoctoral fellow will be expected to contribute to research articles and to present key research results at international scientific conferences. Closing date: 15/01/2020.
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Postdoctoral Fellow in Marine Micropaleontology

The postdoctoral fellow will conduct research through the use of proxies and modelling. You will be expected to test and progress paleoceanographic theory, including the relationships between Arctic ecosystems, sea ice and ocean circulation. Outputs should include international conference participation and research articles that disseminate key research findings. Closing date: 10/01/2020.
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Postdoctoral Fellow in Paleoclimatology

This project seeks to reconstruct past changes in storminess on Holocene timescales using coastal dune systems and peatland archives. We aim to build a transect along the western coasts of Ireland, Scotland and the Faroe Islands. The goal of this work is to compile these new sites together with available paleostorm records in the region in order to (i) chart past changes in the North Atlantic storm track and (ii) identify internal and external drivers of storminess.

The project is hosted at Stockholm University but includes key collaborators at Lund University and Umeå University in Sweden as well as the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. Closing date:14/2/2020
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