We’re hiring a 4-year post.doc to work on management strategy evaluation (MSE) in fisheries management under our strategic project Reduced Uncertainty in Stock Assessment (www.redus.no<http://www.redus.no> )
Deadline: 26th March
Dr. Erik Olsen
Head of Research
Demersal Fish Research Group
Havforskningsinstituttet / Institute of Marine Research
cell (NOR): +47 934 39 256
E-mail: email@example.com, Skype: erik.js.olsen
web: erikjsolsen.github.io , twitter: @erikjsolsen
The Research School of Earth Sciences at the Australian National University invites applications for Postdoctoral Fellow (Level A) or Research Fellow (Level B) in ocean-sea ice modelling.
The Postdoctoral Fellow / Research Fellow is based in the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (GFD) group to undertake research into the development and evaluation of global, high-resolution ocean and sea ice model configurations. The Postdoctoral/ Research Fellow is expected to liaise and collaborate with Consortium for Ocean-Sea Ice Modelling in Australia (COSIMA) partners to contribute the Australian research community through the research initiative of COSIMA consortium.
A PhD in physical oceanography, climate science, geophysical fluid dynamics or other relevant field is required as well as demonstrated experience in the modelling the ocean circulation and/or the coupled ocean-sea ice system.
For more information about this position please see the following link:
<http://jobs.anu.edu.au/cw/en/ job/515488/postdoctoral- fellow-research-fellow-in- oceansea-ice-modelling>
or contact Associate Professor Andy Hogg at andy.hogg
Classification: Postdoctoral Fellow (Level A) /Research Fellow (Level B)
Salary package: Academic Level A ($68,307 – $86,646) Academic Level B ($94,287 – $107,381) + 17% Superannuation
Terms: Continuing (contingent funded) appointment of three (3) years. The appointment may be extended subject to the availability of funding.
Dr Andy Hogg
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
Research School of Earth Sciences
Australian National University
The Rollie Lamberson Award celebrates the contribution of Professor Rollie Lamberson to the field of natural resource modeling and the growth of the Resource Modeling Association by recognizing each year the most outstanding paper in natural resource modeling in the previous two years. See http://resourcemodeling.org/lamberson/ or below for more details.
- Only current RMA members are eligible for the award.
- All papers published in Natural Resource Modeling during the previous two calendar years (namely 2015-2016) will be considered automatically provided at least one of the authors is a current member.
- Papers published in other journals may be nominated for consideration provided at least one of the co-authors is a current member. To be considered, the submission must comprise:
- an electronic version of the paper in English,
- a nominating letter specifying why the paper is deserving of the Rollie Lamberson Award. Criteria below.
The Lamberson prize will be delivered to the winners during the 2017 RMA conference to be held in Barcelona on June 6-9, 2017.
The Resource Modeling Association was established over a quarter of a century ago and is unique among scientific societies because it brings together scientists and mathematicians from a diverse range of disciplines with a common interest in studying natural resources from a sustainable-use perspective. The natural resources of our planet are under incredible pressure to supply burgeoning human needs and this will only continue to increase. Challenges are ever-present to ensure that resource use remains sustainable and that vital ecosystem services critical for our well-being, species biodiversity essential for the well-being of the global ecosystem, and ecosystem resilience to perturbation are conserved as far as practicable through responsible action. Such action must be informed and it is here that the integration of the quantitative and biological sciences can play a determining role.
Half a year has passed since we held our 20th annual meeting in Bordeaux, France where participants were treated to a superb and diverse range of presentations about the practical application of modeling to real world problems within a convivial collegiate atmosphere of friendly exchange of ideas and opinions. Preparations are now well advanced for our next meeting in June 2016.
I encourage you to consider joining with like-minded people and becoming a member of the RMA to assist you to grow your own professional network and participate in being part of the solution to the global challenge of natural resource management.
Our journal, Natural Resource Modeling, has done it again! Our 2014 Impact Factor continues to rise, this time to 1.196. I can’t emphasize enough how helpful and important it is for you to promote our journal – make researchers aware of it, encourage your colleagues to submit papers, and reference articles we publish whenever appropriate.
The 2015 International Conference of the Resource Modeling Association was held at the University of Bordeaux from 29th June to 1st July 2015.
Professor Roland H. Lamberson
Emeritus Professor of Mathematics
Humboldt State University
Arcata, CA 95521