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Full-time M.S. or Ph.D. students to conduct research in the field of environmental geosciences, Saint Louis University, US
The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Saint Louis University solicits applications for full-time M.S. or Ph.D. students to conduct research in the field of environmental geosciences.  Specific areas of faculty interest include but are not limited to: morphodynamic and human responses to climate change in coastal and/or fluvial environments; fluvial processes; aquatic geochemical tracers; wetland biogeochemistry; water quality; soil carbon cycling; karst hydrology; watershed management; sediment transport mechanics;  landscape/seascape evolution.  We encourage applications from students with an undergraduate background in any STEM discipline.  Financial support will be awarded competitively and will include salary, tuition waivers, and health insurance.  Saint Louis is a vibrant city with many cultural, outdoors and lifestyle attractions, and is located near the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers in the U.S. heartland.  

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