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The Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research is located in Bremerhaven, Germany, and a member of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres. It conducts research in the Arctic, the Antarctic, and the high and mid latitude oceans. 

PhD Position “Identifying chemical controls on organic matter aggregation
Postdoc ” food web modelling in Protected Areas of the German North Sea
Master thesis: paleo-genomics and -ecology 
Postdoc “Hydroacoustic and sedimentological investigations in Marine Protected Areas of the German Bight (North Sea)
Master thesis in ocean biogeochemical modeling: What controls the interannual variability of the ocean carbon sink?
PhD MakPak-Scale-Up – Department: Shelf Sea System Ecology  
5 Postdoc Positions “Unravel unifying principles of marine population response to climate change” 
Master student in molecular microbial ecology 
Engineer (m/f/d) within the field of optics, electronics, physical technique, electro technique
Master Thesis: Assessing the biodeposition effects of shellfish on microplastic distribution under future environmental conditions 
Master thesis: Online measurements of dissolved methane in the Elbe and Weser Estuary
Master thesis: Evaluation of Microplastics by Quantum-Cascade-Laser Imaging on Environmental Samples 
Master thesis: How will global changes impact planktonic food webs? 
Master thesis: Zooplankton adaptation to climate change 
Master thesis: Abundance of Class 1 Integron-Integrase genes in the River Weser

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