The postholder will conduct research on non-invasive monitoring methods for marine protected areas, examining the role of novel and emerging technologies and methods for ecological applications
Degree, or higher or equivalent in Marine Science, Environmental Science or a related discipline. Seagoing postgraduate research experience in survey planning and vessel operations at sea, including hydrographic surveying using high-frequency acoustics and ground validation. Demonstrable practical experience of experimental design for marine ecological fieldwork and monitoring. Relevant experience of processing hydrographic and ground validation data for ecological modelling, including optical (video, still imagery) and grab samples. Demonstrable experience of ecological and species distribution modelling techniques and their implementation for marine species and habitats
Research Associate in Marine Science Click here to go back to search results Apply Now Faculty/Department Faculty of Life and Health Sciences School/Section School of Geography and Environmental Science Campus Coleraine Position Type Full Time Duration of Post Fixed Term Salary Range ?27,846-?31,319 Closing Date 25 Nov 2018 Interview Date To be confirmed Additional Information The postholder will conduct research on non-invasive monitoring methods for marine protected areas, examining the role of novel and emerging technologies and methods for ecological applications. This post forms part of a larger project, Marine Protected Area Management and Monitoring (MarPAMM), funded by the Interreg VA programme. (Fixed term until 31 December 2021). Please click here to download Personnel Specification Please click here to download Job Description Please click here to download Shortlist Plan Please click here to download Salary Scale Apply Now
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