2010 POGO-PML Shipboard Training Fellowship onboard AMT cruise

General Information

1 Sep 2010 to 1 Jan 2011

The twentieth AMT cruise will set sail from Southampton in the UK on 12 October 2010 and is due to arrive in Chile on 25 November. The cruise will focus on microbial diversity and activity, physical oceanography, optics, analytical flow cytometry and primary production and coloured dissolved organic matter. The principal scientist will be Andy Rees from Plymouth Marine Laboratory.

Priority areas

What is offered

The selected candidate had the opportunity to:

- Visit Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) in the UK, for one month prior to the start of the cruise to participate in cruise preparation and planning;

- Go on the cruise and help make hydrological, bio-optical and/or ecological observations; and

- After the cruise, spend approximately one additional month at PML, learning to analyse the results statistically and interpret them.


Who can apply

This fellowship program was open to early scientists, technicians, postgraduate students (PhD or MSc) and Post-doctoral Fellows involved in oceanographic work at centres in developing countries and countries with economies in transition.

How to apply

Applications are closed for this fellowship.

Review process

Applications are closed for this fellowship.


Applications are closed for this fellowship.