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Position: Tenure-track Principle Investigator position on the Dynamics of Lower Trophic Level Consumers
Institution: Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Location: 't Horntje, Texel, North Holland, Netherlands
Duties: employing field sampling and/or in situ experiments to understand processes that shape the distribution, productivity and ecological function of lower trophic level consumers and ecosystem-level resilience to change; using laboratory ecophysiology to gain a cause-and-effect understanding of how abiotic and biotic factors interact to impact the vital rates (growth, reproduction, survival) of lower trophic level consumers; applying cellular and molecular methods, including genetics, to understand the dynamics of marine lower trophic level consumers and the spatial connectivity of their populations; integrating field and/or laboratory measurements using mathematical, statistical and/or numerical models to advance predictive capability of pressure effects (e.g. climate change, changes in nutrient loading, habitat modification due to coastal or offshore infrastructure) on species, habitats and ecosystems
Requirements: You have a PhD plus relevant post-doctoral or other professional research experience in ecology, marine science or a closely related discipline and a strong track record of process investigation on lower trophic level consumers and their communities. You have an affinity for addressing marine ecological questions using a collaborative, cross-disciplinary, state-of-the-art approach. You are ready to build an effective research team including the mentoring of early career scientists and active collaboration within and outside NIOZ. You have demonstrated success at building national and international research collaborations and a strong track record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals
   
Text: Tenure-track Principle Investigator position on the Dynamics of Lower Trophic Level Consumers employing field sampling and/or in situ experiments to understand processes that shape the distribution, productivity and ecological function of lower trophic level consumers and ecosystem-level resilience to change; using laboratory ecophysiology to gain a cause-and-effect understanding of how abiotic and biotic factors interact to impact the vital rates (growth, reproduction, survival) of lower trophic level consumers; applying cellular and molecular methods, including genetics, to understand the dynamics of marine lower trophic level consumers and the spatial connectivity of their populations; integrating field and/or laboratory measurements using mathematical, statistical and/or numerical models to advance predictive capability of pressure effects (e.g. climate change, changes in nutrient loading, habitat modification due to coastal or offshore infrastructure) on species, habitats and ecosystems You have a PhD plus relevant post-doctoral or other professional research experience in ecology, marine science or a closely related discipline and a strong track record of process investigation on lower trophic level consumers and their communities. You have an affinity for addressing marine ecological questions using a collaborative, cross-disciplinary, state-of-the-art approach. You are ready to build an effective research team including the mentoring of early career scientists and active collaboration within and outside NIOZ. You have demonstrated success at building national and international research collaborations and a strong track record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals
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