Opportunity for a hydroacoustic researcher at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico

8 March 2020

The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) is seeking a hydroacoustic researcher to study fisheries and sound scattering layers in the pelagic ecosystem in the Gulf of California and the west coast of the Baja peninsula.

UNAM has a research vessel (El Puma) that the new researcher may be able to use, and the laboratory has three split-beam echosounders plus acoustic data collected from oceanographic cruises during 2015-2019.

Three research stations, located in Mazatlán in the Pacific Ocean, in Puerto Morelos in the Caribbean, and in Ciudad del Carmen in the Gulf of Mexico, may also be used by the new researcher. The full-time role is based in Mexico City.

For more information, please contact Dr. Carlos Robinson from UNAM (robmen@uam.mx).

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