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Info beasiswa 2014 di Australia

23.2.14 |


As part of a recently funded Australian Research Council Discovery Project, two PhD scholarships in Palaeoclimatology/Palaeoceanography are available for highly motivated candidates worldwide.
The starting date of the scholarship will be in 2014.
Research topics are flexible, aiming to understand the global carbon cycle, ocean circulation changes, and marine physiochemical evolution on various timescales over Quaternary. Possible research includes, but is not limited to, biomineralization mechanisms of palaeo-proxies associated with marine sediments (e.g., foraminiferal/coralline carbonates and diatoms), application of existing and new methodologies for palaeo-reconstructions (e.g., ocean carbonate chemistry and temperature and salinity changes), and interpretation of time series records using climate models. Candidates need a background in Palaeoceanography, Ocean Sciences, and Geochemistry. Although not a requirement, experience with microfossil (e.g., foraminifera) geochemical analyses in a clean lab (incl. trace element concentrations and isotopic ratios) will be an advantage.
Research will have access to state-of-the-art trace elemental and isotopic analysis facilities (including (LA-)ICP-MS, MC-ICP-MS (Neptune), SHRIMP, AMS, and clean laboratories) that are operated by the Earth Environment group and more broadly within RSES. For more information about RSES, visit http://rses.anu.edu.au/
Review of applications will begin on March 1, 2014, and will be accepted until the positions are filled.
For further information, interested applicants should contact Jimin Yu (jimin.yu@anu.edu.au) in the first instance.
The ANU promotes equality and values diversity. We welcome applications from individuals who will enhance our diversity balance.

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