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Energy Transition Geoscience is an area of emerging strength and anticipated growth in our department. Come join us innovate the low carbon future!
phytoplankton physiology/ecology, macroinvertebrate physiology/ecology, benthic ecology, isotope/nutrient biogeochemistry, or inorganic geochemistry
The UConn NRE Ecohydrology lab (http://www.jamesknightonhydrology.com/) is recruiting one full time Master’s student to study hydrological modeling.