Masters opportunity: animal eco-physiology and climate change

Application deadline: 15 February 2019

Location: University of Hamburg, Germany

Description: This internship/masters project be start in April 2019 at the Institute for Ecosystem and Fisheries Sciences at the University of Hamburg, Germany. The position is within “CLIMAR”, an international project examining the impacts of ocean acidification and warming on marine animals. The successful candidate will work with embryos and larvae of ecologically impartant fish (Belone belone and/or Clupea harengus). The candidate will conduct short-term experiments examining physiological traits of the Baltic fish such as:
development, survival, metabolic rate, heart rate, biochemical analyses of cellular defense mechanisms and swimming performance, in response to increased CO2 and increased temperature.

Qualifications: The candidate should have:
– a bachelor with experience and interest in animal physiology, ecology or a related discipline
– experience or interest in the laboratory cultivation of marine organisms
– knowledge of the design of controlled laboratory experiments is helpful
– knowledge of ecophysiology and development of marine fish is helpful
– the ability to take responsibility and work independently

For more information, contact Katharina Alter (katharina.alter@uni-hamburg.de)

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