PhD and MS Research Assistantships in carbon cycle and ocean acidification

The Department of Oceanography and Coastal Studies at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge invites PhD and Masters applicants to join the Marine Geochemistry group on a number of recently funded projects to understand the fate, transformation and transport of carbon in estuarine and shelf sediments of coastal Louisiana and their impact on water quality.  The successful candidates will have a Bachelors or Masters degree in marine science, geology, chemistry or other related field, and excellent written and oral communication skills. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in field work in Louisiana wetland and offshore Gulf of Mexico.

The positions have an expected start date of Fall 2018, but may start as soon as Summer 2018. Interested candidates should send a statement of interest and a resume to Dr. Kanchan Maiti (, as well as complete a graduate school application at

Employer: LSU
Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Posted: Jan 25, 2018
Closes: Feb 24, 2018
Discipline: Geochemistry, Global Environmental Change, Ocean Science
Career Level: Student / Graduate
Education Level: Bachelors
Job Type: Internship
Relocation Cost: No Relocation
Sector Type: Academia
Louisiana State University. 25 January 2018. More information.

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