[unav_all] Marine Geology & Geophysics Chief Scientist Training Cruise Opportunity
rpockalny at uri.edu
Mon Oct 3 17:07:59 MDT 2016
We are pleased to announce a Chief Scientist Training Cruise Opportunity *with
an emphasis on Marine Geology and Geophysics research* that will take place
in December 2016 (2 – 17 December) aboard the R/V Sikuliaq during a transit
from Honolulu, HI to San Diego, CA.
Please share with your colleagues and anyone else you think might be
The Chief Scientist Training Cruise Opportunity will include:
- a 2-day pre-cruise informational workshop on using the ship as a
tool, cruise planning and proposal writing in Honolulu, HI (29-30 November)
- phone conference planning sessions (this is pre-arrival at HI)
- move onto the ship (1 December)
- a 16-day research cruise aboard the R/V Sikuliaq (2-17 December)
- on-board presentations and demonstrations
The goal of this program is to help early-career marine scientists (e.g., *PhD
students, postdocs and new faculty*) plan and write effective cruise
proposals, plan surveys to address significant scientific questions,
execute surveys at sea, and generate at-sea cruise reports for marine
geological and geophysical research and education.
Participants will plan and execute six days of at-sea marine geophysical
research that will take advantage of the ship’s installed equipment to
address specific scientific questions identified during pre-cruise
Travel costs, research supplies, and shipping will be paid for
participants. Space is limited. To apply you must be an employee or student
(U.S. Citizen or permanent resident) at a U.S. institution or a U.S.
citizen working abroad.
*Application deadline extended to October 7, 2016. *
Please complete the Survey Monkey on-line application at:
This 10-15 minute survey will request basic contact and demographic
information, as well as research background and interests.
If you have any additional questions, please contact:
- Bernard Coakley (bjcoakley at alaska.edu), or
- Robert Pockalny (rpockalny at uri.edu)
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