We have two MSc graduate student opportunities in the Department of Geography at Nipissing University in North Bay, Ontario, Canada.
Applications are due by 15 January, 2020 for admission in September, 2020.
Research projects will focus on investigating the impacts of climate change on groundwater and streamflow in Precambrian Shield watersheds in collaboration with the Ontario Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks. Specific topics include:
- Mapping groundwater-surface water interactions using stable isotope synoptic surveys.
- Analyzing high frequency time series of streamflow, groundwater levels and weather conditions.
- Conducting a water balance of a reference Precambrian Shield watershed.
Interested students should contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) by email and provide a CV, unofficial transcript and statement of interest. A background in hydrology, earth sciences, environmental sciences, and related fields are preferable. Experience with programming in R is also an asset. We are committed to supporting an equitable, diverse and inclusive research and teaching environment and encourage applications from members of under-represented groups. Information on current and past research group activities can be found at: https://faculty.nipissingu.ca/aprilj/
Information on graduate application to Nipissing University’s Masters of Environment Studies/Masters of Environmental Sciences program can be found at: https://www.nipissingu.ca/academics/school-graduate-studies. Nipissing University is a small school with BIG opportunities. Well known for its excellence in undergraduate teaching, it also supports excellence in select graduate programing. It is located in North Bay, Ontario, Canada, in the headwaters of Georgian Bay, Lake Huron, three-and-a-half hours drive north of Toronto.