A list of current graduate and post-graduate research opportunities, listed by title.
NOTE: If you do not receive a response from faculty members it is likely they are not looking for students at this time.
A Ph.D. position is available for a project using coralline algal geochemistry to study paleoclimates and sea-ice change in the Arctic. Students with a background in Geoscience, Bioscience or Climate Physics …
Development of molecular markers for the study of carbon and nitrogen biogeochemistry
A graduate research assistantship is available to pursue research in microorganism– mineral interactions…
A highly motivated PhD student is sought to work with Lindsay Schoenbohm on tectonic geomorphology in western Nepal.
Studies of the origin, residence times and geochemical signatures of deep crustal fluids…
Studies of hydrocarbon contaminants in groundwater using field, laboratory, and modelling…
Understanding the marine barite proxy record of sulfate oxygen and sulfur isotopes (Ph.D.)….
Understanding the impact of pyrite dissolution on the Quaternary pCO2 (Ph.D)….
Looking for several students at the MSc. and PhD. levels to work on projects to expand our observations of the mineralogical constituents of extraterrestrial samples….
One graduate student position is available for research on paleoecology of temperate or boreal/sub-arctic peatlands using microfossil indicators and reconstructions of carbon fluxes over the Holocene and Pleistocene Epochs. Applicants should have a degree in Earth Science, Physical Geography, Environmental Science, Ecology or related discipline and applicable research experience. Contact Prof S. Finkelstein (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Schoenbohm Research Group (http://www.lindsay-schoenbohm.com/) in the Department of Chemical and Physical Sciences at the University of Toronto Mississauga invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship beginning September 1, 2019. Deadline June 14, 2019. See http://www.lindsay-schoenbohm.com/opportunitiesfor full details.
The long-term goal of the Bergquist research program is to use Hg isotopes in improve our understanding of the Hg biogeochemical cycle and to develop Hg isotopes as a proxy of past environmental changes. Professors B.A. Bergquist and B. Sherwood Lollar.