Grad Student Opportunities in Arctic Paleoclimatology
excited that we have multiple graduate student opportunities in Arctic Paleoclimatology at the University at Buffalo and Northern Arizona University, starting Summer
or Fall 2021. Details below.
and processes of rapid Arctic warming based on paleoclimate observations and models
are seeking up to four graduate students (MS and/or PhD) to join our interdisciplinary team to understand the spatial patterns and processes controlling rapid warming events in the Arctic. This NSF-funded project will use a combination of high-resolution proxy
record generation, proxy data synthesis, and climate modeling. There are opportunities to participate in semester-long exchanges between institutions, and in outreach activities in Buffalo and Flagstaff. We are looking for highly motivated students with excellent
communication skills in English (written and oral), and with experience with, or a strong interest in developing skills in, numerical modeling and scientific programming skills. We encourage candidates from groups underrepresented in the geosciences (including
black, indigenous, and people of color) to apply; we are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all team members. Further information athttps://ubwp.buffalo.edu/rapidarcticwarming/
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Dr. Elizabeth K. Thomas—Assistant Professor—Department of Geology—University at Buffalo
126 Cooke Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260—[hidden email]—Ph:716.645.4329—Fax:716.645.3999