InterRidge promotes interdisciplinary, international studies of oceanic spreading centers by creating a global research community, planning and coordinating new science programs that no single nation can achieve alone, exchanging scientific information, and sharing new technologies and facilities. InterRidge is dedicated to reaching out to the public, scientists and governments, and to providing a unified voice for ocean ridge researchers worldwide.

Postdoctoral position in oceanography at the University of Bremen, Germany

The Research Center / Cluster of Excellence MARUM – Center for Marine Environmental Sciences at the University of Bremen, Germany, is looking to fill a postdoctoral position in small scale ocean and sediment modelling in the framework of the EU Joint Programming Initiative Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans (JPI Oceans) Joint Action: Ecological Aspects of Deep-Sea Mining, Work Package Sediment plume dilution and dispersion Details can be found under reference number A7/15 at http://www.marum.de/Stellenangebote.html or http://www.uni-bremen.de/universitaet/die-uni-als-arbeitgeber/offene-

Two students are awarded Cruise Bursaries to participate the VESPA cruise

Two students, Mederic Amman (University of Strasbourg, France) and Nina Jordan (University of Leicester, UK), are awarded the InterRidge Cruise Bursaries to participate the VESPAN Cruise in May-June 2015. The interRidge office would like to thank the PIs  Nick Mortimer and Martin Patriat for providing opportunity to students to gain first-hand experience on board. 

POGO-SCOR Visiting Fellowship 2015 Programme

The Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans (POGO) is pleased to announce that the POGO-SCOR Visiting Fellowship programme for 2015 is now open for applications. The deadline for applications is 31 March 2015.

2015 Student and Postdoc fellowship

The InterRidge Office is calling proposals for 2015 fellowships. Please visit http://www.interridge.org/fellowship/2015 for details.

2015 International Ocean Colour Science Meeting: 2nd Announcement

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Abstract submission for the 2015 International Ocean Colour Science meeting is now open. The meeting will take place in San Francisco, California from 15 - 18 June 2015, and will be convened by the International Ocean Colour Coordinating Group (IOCCG) in partnership with, and thanks to sponsorship from NASA and NOAA, with additional sponsorship from EUMETSAT, ESA and CNES. On behalf of the Scientific Planning Committee, we encourage you to register, and to submit an abstract for a poster presentation (see http://iocs.ioccg.org/).

European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015 Vienna | Austria | 12 – 17 April 2015

The EGU General Assembly 2015 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience.

Please refer to http://www.egu2015.eu/home.html for details

 

10-day international Summer Course on best practices for selected biogeochemical sensors

We would like to remind you that the deadline for 

Call for bids to host the next InterRidge Office, 2016 - 2018

In January 2016 the InterRidge Office is due to rotate under the appointment of a new Chair. All interested Members of InterRidge are invited to submit bids to host the new office and nominations for the new Chair. The full call for bids is posted on the IR website: http://www.interridge.org/newofficebids

The following conditions apply:

Seafloor Observatories: Design, Results, and Integration

EGU session on Seafloor Observatories OS4.7:Seafloor Observatories: Design, Results, and Integration Convener: Mairi Best | Co-Conveners: Robert Weller , Henry Ruhl , Jean-Francois Rolin , Martin Scherwath A growing number of seafloor observatories around the world provide power and communications for (near)-real-time monitoring of environmental processes across the geosphere, biosphere, and hydrosphere. A key strength of observatory design is its ability to address interdisciplinary objectives simultaneously across temporal and spatial scales.