Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Opportunities The Environmental Geochemistry Group at the University of Saskatchewan is currently recruiting prospective M.Sc. students, Ph.D. projects focussed on groundwater geochemistry in mining environments. Specific opporutnies
geochemical implications of salt migration
Biogeochemical carbon and sulfur cycling in oil sands end pit lakes
Specific research projects can be tailored to suit the academic background and interests of the successful applicant. The ideal candidate will hold a BSc and/or MSc in Geoscience, Environmental Science, Soil Science, or a related discipline. This research will integrate field measurements, laboratory experiments, and modeling, and will provide an opportunity to learn a range of advanced analytical techniques. The student will have the opportunity to interact with industry partners, participate in the NSERC TERRE CREATE program, and collaborate with other researchers from the University of Saskatchewan, the Canadian Light Source, and the Global Institute for Water Security. Interested students are asked to forward by e-mail a CV, transcripts, and a statement of research interests to Dr. Matt Lindsay.