[ES_JOBS_NET] Ph.D. Position in Biogeochemistry and Paleoceanography at Syracuse University

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Fri Dec 12 12:00:46 MST 2014

*P**h.D. Position in Biogeochemistry and Paleoceanography at Syracuse

The GAPP Lab at Syracuse University (http://gapp.syr.edu) is seeking one,
possibly two motivated students to embark on Ph.D. projects in the area of
stable isotope biogeochemistry and paleoceanography.  An NSF-funded
graduate assistantship is available starting in Fall of 2015, with an
option to begin research activities during the summer of 2015. Research
efforts will focus on the study of nutrient cycling and paleoecology during
Oceanic Anoxic Events (Cretaceous and Devonian) and the biogeochemistry of
modern, anoxic lake systems. We are seeking students with experience in
stable isotope geochemisty and basic geology field work, and interests in
paleoecology and organic geochemistry. Students with undergraduate or
graduate backgrounds in geology and/or chemistry are urged to apply.

The GAPP Lab is housed in a new, state of the art mass spectrometry and
organic geochemistry facility with a full compliment of
geochemical instrumentation. Current students are doing a wide range of
research that focuses principally on issues of deep-time global change. The
Syracuse University Department of Earth Sciences is a growing and dynamic
department located in beautiful Central New York. For more information
about Syracuse University and the Department of Earth Sciences, please
visit http://earthsciences.syr.edu. <http://earthsciences.syr.edu/>

For more details Interested students are asked to please contact Dr.
Christopher Junium (ckjunium at syr.edu). The member of the GAPP Lab will be
in attendance at AGU all week, please feel free to set up a meeting or come
see us at one of our presentations.

Christopher K. Junium
Assistant Professor
Department of Earth Sciences
Syracuse University
322 Heroy Geology Lab
ckjunium at syr.edu 315-443-8969
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