NOAA, EUMETSAT, and KHOA are pleased to announce the Third International Operational Satellite Oceanography Symposium (OSOS-3) will convene in-person in Busan South Korea, June 12-16, 2023.
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Some portions of this meeting may be live broadcast with limited audience interaction. There will be no registration charge to attend this meeting, however, travel arrangements are on your own. It is possible that limited travel funds will be available to assist early career scientists to attend. Abstracts will be due in mid-November and more details and a meeting link will be share in the coming weeks.
On September 20th 12:30- 14:00 EDT AGU-Biogeosciences ECR Committee is hosting a science communication workshop. Our host is Bethann Garramon Merkle (https://commnatural.com/), MFA @commnatural. This event is open to all (AGU membership is not required). Register at https://connect.agu.org/biogeosciences/home. A description of the event is below:
If our science is going to inform decision-making and innovations, we must reach, and resonate with, a wide range of stakeholders, including funders, practitioners, educators, policymakers, diverse public(s), and the media. Catching and holding stakeholders attention, and then effectively sharing our science with them, is a complex challenge. We’re faced with alternative facts short attention spans, and information overload. Worse, a growing body of data tells us that people are not persuaded by numbers. We also know that visuals are compelling enough to dominate our decision-making. People think in images and have since pre-history. Meanwhile, research across numerous disciplines has documented disconcerting trends: much more than numbers, we are quantifiably more influenced by prior beliefs, social pressures, and convenience. So, how is our science going to make an impact if no one understands it, let alone believes it? This interactive session connects participants to effective, inclusive approaches to sharing science. Participants will explore cross-disciplinary and multicultural examples, interactive activities, and foundational best practices in graphic design which can help them productively use visuals to communicate science. The session will involve discussion, breakout rooms, and “mini-lectures” on key principles and tools in visual science communication.
The USGS Columbia Environmental Research Center, Columbia Missouri is recruiting for a Mendenhall postdoc with research expertise in algal bloom physiology, ecology, metabarcoding and gene expression.
Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the Research Advisor (Thea Edwards) early in the application process to discuss project ideas. Closing date for applications is Nov 1, 2022.
We are looking for an outstanding Scientist Atmosphere and Climate (permanent position) to become the fourth principal investigator in the Earth Observation program at SRON.
Find out more and apply here:https://werkenbijsron.nl/careers/scientist-atmosphere-and-climate-permanent-position-947754/
The candidate accepting the position must reside in the U.S., be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and undergo a background check to meet NOAA security requirements.
Work Location: UC Santa Cruz Main Campus / Off Campus, Can be fully remote, hybrid or office-based. If not residing in Alaska, must willing to travel to Alaska (1-2 trips/year) to meet with PolarWatch stakeholders.
The University of California, Santa Cruz seeks a program manager to serve as the PolarWatch Coordinator (https://polarwatch.noaa.gov) for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) CoastWatch program (https://coastwatch.noaa.gov/). The PolarWatch Coordinator will engage user groups working in Alaskan, Arctic, and Antarctic waters to determine their satellite product needs, plus provide the tools, training, and support to use these products.
The first review of application begins on August 15, 2022, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. UC Santa Cruz is advertising parallel recruitments for the PolarWatch Coordinator position to increase hiring options. Applicants are encouraged to apply to both the staff and academic recruitment paths.
Position description and staff position recruitment path instructions:
Academic recruitment path instructions (please reference the PolarWatch Coordinator position in the cover letter): https://recruit.ucsc.edu/JPF01157