Funded Ph.D. Opportunity in Antarctic Glacial Seismology

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Funded Ph.D. Opportunity in Antarctic Glacial Seismology

The Department of Geosciences at Colorado State University is seeking a Ph.D. student for solid Earth and glacial seismological research in West Antarctica funded by the National Science Foundation.  We are especially interested in students with prior M.S.-level experience emphasizing seismology, glaciology, or a related field.  Applications are preferred by January 25, with a flexible start date in 2021.  

The Department of Geosciences ( is a broad Earth Science department (19 faculty; ~55 graduate students) within the Warner College of Natural Resources featuring strong Geophysics, Environmental, Geomorphology, and other specializations.

Please contact Rick Aster ([hidden email]) for more details.

Professor of Geophysics and Department Head 
Geosciences Department
322E NR Building
Warner College of Natural Resources
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1482
(970) 491-7606 (Office)
(970) 491-7826 (Department Office)
(505) 459-4596 (Cell)
(970) 491-6307 (Fax) 

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