The doctoral education will be carried out at the University of Helsinki but the candidates will also benefit from being part of the strategic partnership Baltic Bridge. 

The call concerns positions in: 

1. Macrophyte ecology (biodiversity, carbon capture)
2. Benthic ecology (biodiversity, carbon cycling)
3. Pelagic ecology (biodiversity, carbon cycling)
4. Sediment biogeochemistry (carbon cycling, carbon inventories)
5. Pelagic biogeochemistry and GHG emissions
6. Air-sea interactions and atmospheric measurements of (a) GHG using Eddy covariance techniques or (b) VOC's and aerosols.

Deadline for application: March 30, 2021.

Read more and apply at the Tvärminne website

Research station "Tvärminne" situated beautifully in the Hanko peninsula, Finland.
Welcome to apply for PhD-positions in the beautiful research environment that Tvärminne Zoological Station offers. Photo: Alf Norkko