We are seeking postdoctoral researchers to work on novel methods of ocean chemistry and atmospheric CO2 reconstruction over the last 100 million years. Candidates should have expertise in paleoclimate and/or low temperature geochemistry, using geochemical analyses and/or biogeochemical modelling. Positions are initially available for two years, with flexible start dates and options for extension for outstanding candidates.
Informal enquiries can be addressed to project Principal Investigator Dr James Rae firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 21 June 2019
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MSc Mineral Resources
This degree has been designed in close collaboration with professionals from the minerals industry and provides first-hand experience using cutting-edge methodologies and technologies at the forefront of mineral exploration.
The MSc Mineral Resources aims to prepare students for a career in the mineral industry or to pursue PhD research in mineral exploration or mining geology.
- Delivers a wide range of experience in the field of mineral resources based on the “mineral system” approach.
- Focuses on current genetic models of ore deposits, applied field training, 3D geological modelling and mineral exploration.
- Provides key industry skills, such as sub-surface mapping, core logging, integration of multiple spatial data sets and 3D modelling.
- Dynamic working atmosphere supported by collegial community of staff and students.
- Delivers a practical industry ready skill set designed in collaboration with professional exploration geologists.
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