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décembre 2016
Aix-Marseille Université


logo_amuThe Danube Delta is the second largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga Delta. It is the best preserved delta on the continent. It has been a unique hot spot of ecological diversity since its formation during the early to mid-Holocene. This palaeo-environmental research wil allow a better understanding of present-day coastal erosion and natural hazards in a context of global sea-level rise and climate change (floods, storms). Because the “past is a key to understand the present”, this research will fill important knowledge gaps relating to climate change and consequences on geomorphological mobility, coastal responses and ecological diversity in a unique and pristine deltaic environment.


Expected profile of the candidate: 
The candidate must have a Master degree in landscape Archaeology, Physical Geography or Geosciences. Also, a pluridisciplinary formation is necessary for the candidate in order to fulfill the intended research. Field experience (archaeological excavations and coring) and laboratory experience (bio-sedimentological analyses) are fundamental. A plus is given by the academic life of the candidate (conferences, articles…). Another important aspect is the capacity of the candidate to work in a multidisciplinary team, with various specialists (geophyscians, geochemists, biologists, archaeologists, geomorphologists…) from different countries. [...]


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Direction de thèse
Pr. Christophe Morhange (Cerege)
Dr. Valérie Andrieu (IMBE)


Date limite de candidature : 24 juin 2016