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Project offers - Graduate studies

M.Sc. & Ph.D. projects at INRS: Effects of mining transport infrastructure on fish habitat in northern environment

INRS (Institut national de la recherche scientifique)

Master's project:

Assessment of fragmentation of fish habitat by culverts in northern environments.

PhD project:

Effect of water temperature and heat stress on culvert success of Nordic fish species.

Responsible person: Normand Bergeron (normand.bergeron@ete.inrs.ca)
Deadline: March 1, 2019
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Ph. D. project in plant biology: Development of science-based criteria to assess the effectiveness of peatland restoration actions

GRET-PERG
Laval University

The student will join the Peatland Ecology Research Group (PERG) directed by Line Rochefort. This Ph.D. project is part of a Collaborative Reaserch and Development grant of NSERC. Our laboratory counts many graduate students (M.Sc., Ph.D.) with support from many research professionals.

Responsible person: Line Rochefort (line.rochefort@fsaa.ulaval.ca)
Deadline: April 30, 2019
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PhD Thesis Offer - Glacial / Postglacial Geomorphology-Labrador (Canada)

InterArctic
Nain, Labrador

We are looking for a candidate whose research will feed axis 2 of the ANR project "Landscape and soilscape evolution: natural versus anthropogenic forcing recorded in pedo-sedimentary, peaty and lacustrine archives". Within this axis, geomorphology, geoarchaeology and paleoecology occupy a central place. The doctoral project we are proposing concerns the glacial and postglacial geomorphology of the Nain archipelago in Labrador.

Responsible person: Najat Bhiry; Dominique Todisco (Najat.Bhiry@cen.ulaval.ca; dominique.todisco@univ-rouen.fr)
Start date: July 15, 2019
Deadline: May 1, 2019
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MSc ou PhD Analyse des conditions propices au développement des instabilités rocheuses, Les Murailles, Parc National du Bic (Saint-Fabien-sur-Mer)

Laboratoire de géomorphologie et de gestion des risques en montagne
Université du Québec à Rimouski

Responsible person: Francis Gauthier (francis_gauthier@uqar.c)
Deadline: March 15, 2019
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Job offers

Senior Field Technician

Savoir Polaire Canada
Cambridge Bay, Nunavut

Looking to help advance Canada’s knowledge of the Arctic and strengthen Canadian leadership in polar science and technology? Are you a hardworking, driven individual with a passion for science? Well, keep on reading! Polar Knowledge Canada (POLAR) is currently looking for a Senior Field Technician (EG-04) in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut to help contribute to the establishment of the Canadian High Artic Research Station (CHARS) campus.

(jobs-emplois@polar-polaire.gc.ca)
Deadline: March 1, 2019
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Agent(e) de recherche au Laboratoire de géomorphologie et de gestion des risques en montagne (LGGRM)

Laboratoire de géomorphologie et gestion des risques en montagne

Responsible person: Francis Gauthier (francis_gauthier@uqar.ca)
Deadline: March 31, 2019
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Field school and Courses

Introduction to northern research and issues

May, 6 - 10 2019
INQ (Institut nordique du Québec)
Between the 49th parallel and the Canadian Arctic

The course is designed and offered by passionate researchers with decades of experience working north of the 49th parallel, in conjunction with experts from northern communities. Benefit from their experience and knowledge by taking part in a training that they themselves would have liked to have had at the beginning of their career.


Deadline: April 12, 2019
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