The Marine Bioacoustics and Marine Conservation Technology Lab 
( at Duke University seeks a doctoral 
student to work on one of several ocean acoustics projects from effects of 
anthropogenic noise on marine life to measuring densities of Antarctic krill.  
Demonstration of strong quantitative and analytical skills and familiarity with 
signal processing methods is preferred. Candidates with demonstrated skills in 
scientific programming in Python, R and/or MATLAB are particularly sought.  
Occasional work on oceanographic vessels will be required.  The student would 
join the dynamic and diverse Marine Conservation Ecology group 
( at the at the Duke University Marine Lab 
(, a coastal campus in Beaufort, NC with 
a distinguished record of research and education in marine science, 
conservation and governance, and a strong international reputation with 
research interests spanning diverse taxa and include both human and natural 
systems. The mission of the Duke Marine Lab is to be at the forefront of 
understanding marine environmental systems, their conservation, and governance 
through leadership in research, training, communication, inclusion, and 

Douglas P. Nowacek, Ph.D.
Repass-Rodgers Chair of Marine Conservation Technology
Nicholas School of the Environment & Pratt School of Engineering
Duke University Marine Laboratory
135 Duke Marine Lab Rd.
Beaufort, NC 28516 <> <>

Reply via email to