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Post Doctoral Opportunity: “Ocean and Coastal Acidification and Hypoxia Effects on Marine and Estuarine Organisms”, US Environmental Protection Agency

The participant will collaborate with a team of EPA scientists on several papers and laboratory-based research efforts investigating the effects of ocean and nutrient-enhanced coastal acidification on marine and estuarine organisms, including coral, invertebrates, and fish. The research includes laboratory investigations of the interactive effects of acidification and hypoxia on a range of
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