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koldunovn
19th February 2005, 10:37 PM
ArcticInfo Mailing List (http://www.arcus.org/arcticinfo/index.html)


ArcticInfo is a moderated mailing list maintained by the Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS). The list provides arctic researchers with timely information about funding opportunities, important events, publications, position announcements, and other useful news. If you have information you would like sent to the list please e-mail ARCUS at list@arcus.org with the information you would like to have distributed.

http://www.arcus.org/arcticinfo/index.html

rocksea
20th February 2005, 06:45 AM
Met-jobs -- Meteorological and related jobs (http://www.lists.rdg.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/met-jobs)

The JOBSEEKERS/Met-jobs mailing list is available for those who wish:
to receive regular (free) mailings of job adverts in meteorology, oceanography and climatology (including vacancies in research, forecasting, technical support, and also course/study vacancies) or to advertise job openings to members of the meteorological/oceanographic community.

http://www.lists.rdg.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/met-jobs

rocksea
20th February 2005, 07:33 AM
DIALOG/DISCCRS electronic news list (http://www.aslo.org/forms/phdform.html)

PhD recipients whose work pertains to aquatic or climate-change/impactsresearch can register and once registered, participants are added to the weekly DIALOG/DISCCRS electronic news list. Job and other announcements of interest to recent graduates are posted weekly. Everyone is encouraged to submit job and other announcements.

http://www.aslo.org/forms/phdform.html

koldunovn
20th April 2005, 07:25 AM
The Geosci-Jobs mail list is a free mail list for announcing available
employment opportunities, postdocs, assistantships, and internships in the
geosciences and closely related fields. Subscribers typically are job
seekers. Thus, resumes, CV's, and job wanted announcements will not be
forwarded. [Note: Separate lists no longer exist for atmospheric sciences
and GIS, so it is appropriate to post them here.]

Geosci-Jobs is a moderated mail list. Although moderation typically
introduces a slight delay, benefits are that almost all messages will be "on
topic" with virtually no SPAM.

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The Geosci-Jobs mail list began in 1994 and was moved to eGroups.com in
October 2000. eGroups merged with Yahoo! Groups in January 2001. As of that
date, archives of this mail list are accessible at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GeoSci-Jobs (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GeoSci-Jobs) . Messages posted prior to October
2000 are no longer available.

Last month (March 2005), 61 employment available announcements were
distributed to subscribers. There is no cost to subscribe and no cost to
announce a position. You need not subscribe to announce a position.


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S.V.V.ARUN KUMAR
30th April 2009, 05:31 AM
hI GUYS

If want to know the present vacancies all around the World in Oceanography or Meteorology, just give a mail to add your contact in the list.

r.brugge@reading.ac.uk

He will send all the vacancies alerts every day.

Posts are PDFs, Scientists, etc.

So, keep going

regards
Arun

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