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interested in doing research in Norway?


Clelia Booman <[log in to unmask]>


Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>


Wed, 5 Apr 2000 11:21:00 +0200





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European scientists are invited to conduct short-term research projects at
the ‘Bergen Marine Food Chain Research Infrastructure' at the University of
Bergen and the Institute of Marine Research in Bergen, Norway. Access to
the Infrastructure is supported by the European Union through the
‘Improving the Human Research Potential’ Programme. More than 100
scientists from all over Europe have been hosted by Bergen Marine
(previously ‘Large Scale Facility for Marine Pelagic Food Chain Research’)
since 1996.

The programme offers a unique opportunity for conducting integrated
research in a set of complementary installations covering the axis from
controlled seawater laboratories through experimental ecosystems to natural
environments. Guest teams can conduct their projects independently or in
cooperation with local research groups in the following research areas:
oceanographic processes, planktonic food chain dynamics, early life history
of fish and shellfish, fish recruitment, fish physiology, aquaculture, fish
diseases, molecular marine biology and environmental health.

Participants of the selected projects will be provided access to the
Infrastructure free of charge for a maximum of three months, including
logistical, technical and scientific support. International travel and
subsistence expenses will also be covered. Only research teams currently
conducting their research in the Member States of the European Union and
Associated States are eligible for financial support through Bergen Marine.

Project proposals are accepted on a continuous basis and evaluated after
three fixed annual deadlines (March 1, August 1 and November 1). Selection
of project proposals is carried out on the basis of scientific merit
through an independent peer review procedure. Application forms and
additional information can be obtained at:
Clelia Booman
Bergen Marine Pelagic Food Chain Research Infrastructure
University of Bergen
Department of Fisheries and Marine Biology, HIB
Postboks 7800
N-5020 Bergen, NORWAY
phone +47 55 58 44 49  fax +47 55 58 44 50
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