Postdoc (Marine Ecophysiology), NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center, La Jolla, CA, USA

We have a 2yr funded position for a postdoctoral researcher to join our research team studying climate change impacts on California fishes. This project is specifically focused on examining the physiological mechanisms of smaller body sizes associated with ocean warming in a species of high value to California fisheries and ecosystems, the Pacific sardine. This project is largely based out of the NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla, CA, with some likely travel to other collaborating laboratories. Opportunities to collaborate or lead on other ongoing projects in the labs such as transcriptomic responses to environmental stress or conservation genomics may be available depending on interests and skills.
For details of the position and how to apply please see full job ad at: https://lmkomoroske.com/news/ General questions and inquiries about the position please contact: lkomoroske@umass.edu

Author: Nicolas Clercin

Limnology, Phytoplankton and Microbial Ecology, Algal Blooms. With a primary background in Aquatic Ecology, my current research focuses on microbial activity and production of taste-and-odor compounds (MIB and geosmin) in eutrophic reservoirs.

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