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Phytoplankton bloom (green and blue swirls) near the Pribilof Islands off the coast of Alaska, in the Bering Sea. Photo credit:NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Norman Kuring/USGS.

The Alliance for Coastal Technologies (ACT) is accepting preliminary applications from developers and manufacturers of commercially-available field-deployable and/or portable fluorescence-based instruments designed to characterize phytoplankton abundance and taxonomic composition to participate in independent performance testing.

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A NOAA scientist examines changing sea surface temperatures run on a laptop and displayed on a monitor. Photo credit: Will von Dauster/NOAA.

Application Deadline: TBD

The NOAA Office of Response and Restoration's Emergency Response Division has advised ECO Magazine that they will soon announce a Scientific Support Coordinator (SSC) position open through USAJobs. A specific date for announcement has not been provided.

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Expedition 375 will investigate slow slip events (SSE) along the northern Hikurangi subduction margin. Image courtesy of IODP.

The International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) is now accepting applications for scientific participants on two IODP expeditions aboard the JOIDES Resolution. To learn more about the scientific objectives of these expeditions, life at sea, and how to apply to sail, register for an informational webinar (see links below).

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Photo courtesy of UiO Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law

Deadline: September 15, 2016

A position as a postdoctoral research fellow is available to do research as part of the University of Oslo Arctic Programs and the Faculty of Law Arctic Program called Cold Pursuit. The position is located in Oslo, Norway. For a related position at the Doctoral Research Level, see link at the end of this information.

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