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Postdoctoral Associate 191001 - Northern Gulf Institute Miami, FL
The principal function of the postdoc is to contribute to developing a numerical modeling system for sub-seasonal to seasonal warning of red tide and hypoxia over the West Florida Shelf. The incumbent will conduct numerical model simulations using the Regional Ocean Model System (ROMS). The main motivation of the research project is to provide timely and accurate information to fishermen and coastal communities to minimize or mitigate economic impacts of red tides and hypoxia. The postdoc will be based at NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) in Miami, Florida. She/he will be part of a multidisciplinary team, which includes researchers at Mississippi State University, NOAA-AOML, and NOAA-Southeast Fisheries Science Center.
Postdoctoral Associate 191001 - Northern Gulf Institute Miami, FL
The Northern Gulf Institute at Mississippi State University is hiring a Postdoctoral Associate to help lead a global plankton biodiversity monitoring effort. This position is based at NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) in Miami, Florida. This postdoc position will provide substantial opportunities for seagoing field work, molecular biology laboratory work, and bioinformatics computational work. Some experience in each of these areas is expected, but ample learning opportunities for growth and development will be provided. The successful applicant will investigate patterns of global plankton/eDNA biodiversity in sustained monitoring efforts Bio-GO-SHIP and the Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON).
Postdoctoral Associate 191001 - Northern Gulf Institute Miami, FL
The Northern Gulf Institute at Mississippi State University is hiring a Postdoctoral Associate to study the biological carbon pump in the Gulf of Mexico using omics methods. This position is based at NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) in Miami, Florida. This postdoc position will provide substantial opportunities for seagoing field work, molecular biology laboratory work, and bioinformatics computational work. Some experience in each of these areas is expected, but ample learning opportunities for growth and development will be provided. The successful applicant will lead efforts to understand microbial roles in the biological carbon pump by analyzing sediment trap samples collected in collaboration with the US Geological Survey and University of South Carolina in the northern Gulf of Mexico.