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PHD and Postdoctoral positions open at the University of Vigo, Spain

2019.06.13

PHD and Postdoctoral positions open at the University of Vigo, Spain

The University of Vigo has two new opportunities to join the Future Oceans Lab in the ERC project

Open Call: Postdoctoral position on Fisheries Economics and Climate Change in EU-ERC starting grant project

A 2-year post-doctoral appointment is offered for a researcher with a 
strong background in theoretical modelling, including bio-economic 
analyses. The successful candidate will join a team funded by the 
European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant project “CLOCK: Climate 
Adaptation to Shifting Stocks[2]” led by Dr. Elena Ojea at the Future 
Oceans Lab[3] (FOL) in the University of Vigo, Spain and will work in 
close collaboration with Dr. Christopher Costello, Dr. Darcy Bradly, 
and others from the Sustainable Fisheries Group and Environmental 
Market Solutions Lab at the University of California, Santa 
Barbara[4] (UCSB). Researchers with experience in fisheries economics, 
bio-economic and game theory models and resource management are 
encouraged to apply. The deadline is June 21.

More info in the link:
https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/404583
 

Open Call: Position: PHD student on Adaptation to Climate Change in Marine Systems
 
The University of Vigo offers a PhD student position for developing a 
PhD at the Future Oceans Lab[5] at the University of Vigo, in 
collaboration with Hokkaido University in Japan. The successful 
candidate will enroll in the doctorate program Do Mar[6] from Campus 
do Mar and will be co-supervised by Dr. Elena Ojea (University of 
Vigo, Spain) and Jorge García Molinos (University of Hokkaido, 
Japan).  The subsequent research will be highly multidisciplinary, 
including ecological, social and economic components, and will have a 
strong applied focus on coastal-dependent human communities affected 
by shifts in marine species composition. The student will have the 
chance to explore adaptation processes in different geographical 
settings and marine systems, such as areas under property rights, and 
the socioeconomic consequences of implementing adaptation options. 
During the PhD, the student will conduct field research abroad, 
including a research stay at Hokkaido University (Japan). The deadline 
is June 30.

More info in the link:
https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/404514

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