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Fwd: Announcements: Student Opportunity and NCKRI Annual Report!

Автор: Bulat Mavlyudov
Дата: 17 Nov 2014

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От кого: George Veni
Кому: George Veni
Дата: Wed, 12 Nov 2014 03:04:31 +0000
Тема: Announcements: Student Opportunity and NCKRI Annual Report!

Dear Friends,
I’m happy to make two announcements.
First, NCKRI’s newest Annual Report is now available for download. It summarizes our activities and growth from July 2013 to June 2014. Learn about our educational
 workshops, conferences, research projects, and much more. Just go to http://nckri.org/about_nckri/nckri_publications.htm and you’ll find all of our annual reports, plus many other digital reports available for free download.
Second, below is an important Research Assistant opportunity for students interested in the field of karst environmental science. Please see the message and links
 below for details, and contact Dr. John Jenson if you need more information.
As always, please forward or post this message to anyone (especially students!) you know who may be interested.
George Veni, Ph.D.
Executive Director
National Cave and Karst Research Institute
400-1 Cascades Avenue
Carlsbad, New Mexico 88220-6215 USA
Office: 575-887-5517
Mobile: 210-863-5919
Fax: 575-887-5523

We have an immediate need at the University of Guam's Water & Environmental Research Institute of
 the Western Pacific (WERI) for a graduate research assistant in environmental science preferably starting in January 2015, and certainly in August, which a strong prospect of additional funding for at least one more research assistantship starting in August
 2015.  These opportunities are associated with some of the collaborative work in which WERI and the USGS’s Pacific Island Water Science Center (Honolulu) are engaged, including the possible expansion of the Guam's groundwater monitoring system, which they
 service for us.
These RA opportunities would support MSci thesis research in the University's graduate Environmental
 Science Program.  Research opportunities include studies of karst groundwater hydrology on topics ranging from vadose percolation, storage and recharge  Closely related work involves groundwater responses to storms and seasonal and longer-term changes in rainfall,
 and possibly even direct observation of the flow of phreatic groundwater (fresh and salt) in deep wells in coastal/island karst.  Another project involves reconstruction of wet-dry cycles of the past 100,000 year from cave deposits in northern
Guam, in which we are collaborating with geochemists at the
University of
Texas-Austin.  The successful candidate will work with a team of other graduate students at the
University of
Guam as well as a post-doctoral researcher and faculty at the University of Texas-Austin.
I would be most grateful if you would forward this email with the PowerPoint and pdf at the links
 below, which describe these opportunities in a bit more detail to colleagues who might be advising or know of graduating seniors who would be interested.
John Jenson, Ph.D.
Water & Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific
University of Guam
Mangilao, GU 96923
Office phone: 1 671 735 2689
Time zone: GMT+10



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