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Environmental Chemistry and Biogeochemistry Group










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New M.Sc. or Ph.D. student positions are available immediately on the following topics:


·       Chemical properties and processes across the air-ice-water interface

·       Cryospheric chemistry of mercury

·       Speciation modeling of trace elements in the cryosphere (computer programming skill is an asset)


Students with a strong background in analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, physical chemistry, geochemistry, or biogeochemistry are encouraged to apply. Most of the positions will involve both laboratory and field studies. Students will have access to the Ultra-Clean Trace Elements Laboratory (UCTEL), Sea-ice Environmental Research Facility (SERF), and the Canadian Research Icebreaker CCGS Amundsen, and will contribute to and interact with a large multi-disciplinary graduate student group at the Centre of Earth Observation Science (CEOS) on campus and across the country via ArcticNet.


All the successful candidates will receive full research fellowships.


Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Dr. Wang prior to submitting the application. The application form can be downloaded from the Faculty of Graduate Studies website.


PDF and summer student positions are also frequently available with our group. Please contact Dr. Wang for further information.






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