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PhD Position in Igneous Geochemistry at the University of Hawai’i

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an IBP member program

Academic Level:
Graduate Students (Masters)
Graduate Students (PhD)

Applicants are individuals with undergraduate or M.S. degrees in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering, and who normally would have completed a minimum of one year each of college mathematics, geology, physics, and chemistry. Adequacy of each applicant's additional preparation will depend on the particular branch of Earth and Planetary Sciences being pursued.

Research in our department spans all of the major disciplines in Earth Sciences, but focuses on those topics for which our unique Hawaiian/Central Pacific locale provide distinct advantages. For instance, our faculty, student, and postgraduate researchers work on:

-active volcanism

-coastal zone processes

-natural hazards

-water resources

-ocean island volcanism

-subduction zone processes

-active tectonics and deformation

-mantle geochemistry and dynamics

-planetary geology

-marine geology

-mid-ocean ridges

The department is divided into 3 Research Divisions and 6 Research Themes, which represent a loose organizational structure. Our researchers collborate freely accross these boundaries, as well as with other SOEST researchers, and extramural researchers.

Application Deadline: 12/1/2023

Participating Institution(s):
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University of Hawaii, Mānoa (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Environmental Sciences
Geological Sciences
Marine Sciences & Oceanography

Hazard Mitigation
Marine Geology
Ocean Biogeochemistry
Planetary Geology
Water Management

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