The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action international project “Global Mercury Observation and Training Network in Support to the Minamata Convention” (GMOS-Train) is seeking early-stage researchers to join its network.
GMOS-Train has 15 positions available across 15 projects. The overall objectives of the projects are:
- to provide urgently needed training in Hg science within the context of the UNEP Minamata Convention
- to fill key knowledge gaps in biogeochemical Hg cycling linking anthropogenic emissions and Hg in marine food webs.
To foster an international community of researchers, the applicant must not have resided in the country of the host organisation for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before their start date.
To learn more about the positions available, please download the full description below.
Please note that per the official call (posted to EuroMarine on 06 December 2019) the deadline for applications is 29 February 2020.