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Título-Medio Ambiente y Recursos Marinos

Doctoral Programme in Marine Environment and Resources

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Presentación-Medio Ambiente y Recursos Marinos

The Doctoral Programme in Marine Environment and Resources (MER) was originally started at the suggestion of the oceanography and fisheries research sector, which needed qualified doctors, and it has since established a name for itself, thanks to its abundant, top-class scientific output, the internationalisation of its activities, and the mobility of its doctoral students, with a high number of European (or international) doctoral theses. It aims to train doctors who can carry out integrated, multidisciplinary research into the marine environment, marine resources and their interaction (ocean health, biodiversity, resource exploitation, contamination control and the management of coastal zones).

The MER Doctoral Programme comes under a framework of actions that includes the research being carried out at the Plentzia Marine Station (PiE-UPV/EHU) and the Erasmus Mundus postgraduate programmes in the field of marine sciences (MER+ EMJMD; IMBRsea). Institutions such as the IEO [Spanish Institute of Oceanography], AZTI and the bc3 [Basque Centre for Climate Change] all collaborate with the programme, as do the Universities of Bordeaux and Pau, with which students can prepare co-supervised theses.

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Part-time studies

Duration: 5 - 8 cursos

Places available: 2

Approximate fees: 219 €/academic year

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Full-time studies

Duration: 3 - 5 cursos

Places available: 8

Approximate fees: 301 €/academic year

Contact

Academic queries: ionan.marigomez@ehu.eus

Administrative queries: mariabegona.elorduy@ehu.eus

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Research teams and research topics

Research teams and research topics
Research teamsResearch topics
Ikerketa eta Berrikuntza Analitikoa / Investigation and Analytical Innovation (IBEA)
  • Acidification of coastal and estuarine waters within the context of global change
  • Coastal Management
  • Environmental and Operational Oceanography
  • Marine Pollution
  • New strategies for the bio-monitoring of emerging contaminants
  • Speciation and distribution of contaminants in coastal and estuarine environments
Marine Research Division (AZTI)
  • Coastal Management
  • Conservation of Marine Biodiversity
  • Environmental and Operational Oceanography
  • Global Climate Crisis
  • Marine Pollution
  • Marine Resources and Fisheries
Training and Research Unit for the Protection of the Health of Marine Ecosystems
  • Cellular Biology in Environmental Toxicology
  • Conservation of Marine Biodiversity
  • Global Climate Crisis
  • Health of the Marine Ecosystem
  • Marine Environment: Ecology, Diversity and Impact
  • Marine Pollution