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PhD student opportunities in near-surface geophysics

Employer
Florida Atlantic University
Location
Boca Raton, Florida (US)
Closing date
Feb 15, 2024

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Discipline
Biogeosciences, Hydrology, Interdisciplinary/Other, Near Surface Geophysics
Career Level
Student / Graduate
Education Level
Bachelors
Job Type
Internship
Relocation Cost
No Relocation
Sector Type
Academia

Job Details

The Department of Geosciences at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) is looking for motivated graduate students to engage in current ongoing research using a variety of near-surface geophysical methods (i.e., electrical, electromagnetic and seismic techniques) for the subsurface characterization of the critical zone in several multidisciplinary projects. Geophysical research is merged with other disciplines such as biogeosciences, hydrology, or remote sensing to investigate a variety of environments including wetlands and karst environments. Previous experience with near-surface geophysical techniques is desired but not necessary. Opportunities for both research and teaching assistants are available.

This position involves submission of an application to the Doctor of Philosophy in Geosciences Program at FAU. More information about this program can be found at: https://geosciences.fau.edu/programs/doctoral_program.php

Any inquiries can be sent via email to Professor Xavier Comas at xcomas@fau.edu

Company

Florida Atlantic University (FAU) is a public university located in Boca Raton, Florida with six satellite campuses located in the Florida cities of Dania Beach, Davie, Fort Lauderdale, Jupiter, Port St. Lucie, and in Fort Pierce. The university's student body consists of a total of 29,290 students with about 23,613 undergraduates and 4,245 graduate and professional students. The undergraduate student body contains 44% ethnic minorities and includes students from 140 countries and 49 states.

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