New PhD Position on Adaptation to Climate Change in Marine Systems
The Future Oceans Lab is excited to publish a new position for a PhD student with a background in marine ecosystems and/or policy. This is a fellowship to start a PhD project in our lab at the University of Vigo, collaborating with Hokkaido University (Japan). Full job details can be found in EURAXESS.
The successful applicant will enroll in the doctorate program Do Mar from Campus do Mar and develop a PhD proposal in the first months with guidance from both co-supervisors, Elena Ojea and Jorge García Molinos. The subsequent research will be related to climate change adaptation in small-scale fisheries, being highly multidisciplinary, with ecological, social and economic components. Moreover, it will have a strong applied focus on coastal-dependent human communities affected by shifts in marine species composition.
Interested candidates in conducting a PhD in the topic, and with great technical, language, and team work skills can send the application materials, following the indications in the EURAXESS job offer (same as in this PDF), to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to reading your applications!
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