UNCW M.S. in Marine Science: ICE—ATMOSPHERE—OCEAN INTERACTIONS IN THE GLOBAL CLIMATE SYSTEM

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UNCW M.S. in Marine Science: ICE—ATMOSPHERE—OCEAN INTERACTIONS IN THE GLOBAL CLIMATE SYSTEM

Till Wagner-2
Dear All,

The University of North Carolina at Wilmington is seeking applications for the M.S. in Marine Science, to start in the Fall Semester 2018. In the area of Physical Oceanography we seek students with interests in 3 areas of research:

1. ICE—ATMOSPHERE—OCEAN INTERACTIONS 
IN THE GLOBAL CLIMATE SYSTEM.
For more information please contact Dr Till Wagner
([hidden email]) or visit the Ice & Climate Physics
Group webpage (tillwagner.me)

2. COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS: SUSTAINABILITY 
OF COASTAL CITIES OR CORAL REEFS
For more information please contact Dr Dylan McNamara
([hidden email]) or visit the Complex Adaptive
Systems Lab webpage (people.uncw.edu/mcnamarad)

3. CHANGING OCEAN SALINITY AND 
GLOBAL FRESHWATER CYCLES
For more information please contact Dr Fred Bingham
([hidden email]) or visit the Salinity & Freshwater
Cycles Group webpage (people.uncw.edu/binghamf)

Applicants are encouraged to contact potential advisors prior to submitting an application.

✓ T.A. support available to offset tuition costs
✓ Out-of-state tuition fees will be covered
✓ Additional funding and scholarships available for outstanding candidates

To apply visit: uncw.edu/gradschool/prospective.html

Application Deadlines: 15 March (Priority) and 15 June 2018

For more information, see uncw.edu/mms

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Till Wagner
Assistant Professor
University of North Carolina Wilmington
t: 858-900-8939
e: [hidden email]
w: tillwagner.me
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