PhD Student Position: Landsliding by Biomass Surcharge and Wind Disturbance in Patagonian Rainforests

Coastal Margins Network researcher Christian Mohr is accepting applications for a 3-year PhD-position for Trees Trigger Trouble – Landsliding by Biomass Surcharge and Wind Disturbance in Patagonian Rainforests (RETROGRESS), a DFG-funded ecogeomorphology project in the Patagonian Andes of Chile (75% TVöD 13). The PhD student role will be on the integration of theory with fieldContinue reading PhD Student Position: Landsliding by Biomass Surcharge and Wind Disturbance in Patagonian Rainforests

Coastal Margins RCN Seminar

Join the Coastal Rainforest Margins Research Network Seminar on November 16 from 11:oo AM to 12:30 PM AKST to hear the latest from coastal margins researchers on terrestrial and marine processes in the North Pacific Coastal Temperate Rainforest. Register for this virtual event. 11:00-11:20 AM – Incorporating Traditional Ecological Knowledge to Predict Harmful Algal BloomsContinue reading Coastal Margins RCN Seminar

CRMRN provides funding for oceanographic researcher Mariela Brooks

The Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center welcomes a new postdoctoral researcher today, oceanographer Mariela Brooks. Brooks’ work is funded by the Coastal Rainforest Margins Research Network, for which ACRC is a host institution. She joins ACRC following her doctoral studies in Marine Chemistry at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD. Brooks found her interest in oceanographyContinue reading CRMRN provides funding for oceanographic researcher Mariela Brooks

Cross-continental collaboration through the Scientist Exchange Program

Far from his home in Potsdam, Germany, Christian Mohr attended the third Coastal Rainforest Margins Research Network (CRMRN) workshop in Juneau, Alaska last March. Along the way, he had the opportunity to finally meet with distant collaborators working in his field and make connections from his research in the temperate rainforests of Patagonia to theContinue reading Cross-continental collaboration through the Scientist Exchange Program