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Research Opportunities at Trent

Here at the Environmental and Life Sciences Graduate Program we have a number of incredible Research Opportunities for both M.Sc. students and Ph.D. students. Here is the link to the Postings:

Here are some of the areas of current research requiring students:

Invasive Plant Evolution

Ph.D. or M.Sc. thesis opportunity: Plant Evolution and Population Genetics

Ph.D. or M.Sc. thesis opportunity: Mechanisms of arsenic leaching and transport in abandoned gold mine tailing

Graduate Opportunities (3 positions)
Assessing the biogeochemical sensitivity of aquatic ecosystems to patterns of urbanized land use

Graduate Opportunities (10 positions)
Five NSERC-strategic projects in Aquatic Sciences

Graduate Student Opportunity in Fish Ecology
Effects and bioaccumulation of nanomaterials in food webs
M.Sc. / Ph.D. Thesis Opportunity -- Development of continuous monitoring techniques for industrially - released inorganic pollutants

Graduate Opportunities in Freshwater Ecology

Graduate research opportunity in wind tunnel simulation studies
Graduate Student Research Opportunities in Carbon Cycling and Greenhouse Gases In Freshwater Aquatic Systems Graduate Opportunitys to study: Biogeochemisty


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