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PhD Opportunities in Earth and Ecosystem Science, Central Michigan University

The Earth and Ecosystem Science (EES) graduate program and Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Central Michigan University are currently accepting applications for PhD students in geomorphology, organic geochemistry, ecohydrology, geobiology, hydrogeology, and critical zone science. The EES PhD program emphasizes advanced interdisciplinary research utilizing diverse geochemical, geophysical, and computational tools. Applicants should have research experience and have completed a master’s degree by Fall 2017. Financial support for four years, through research and teaching assistantships, is available for accepted students. Interested applicants should contact potential advisors in organic geochemistry/geobiology (Megan Rohrssen,, ecohydrology/hydrogeology (Wendy Robertson,, or geomorphology/earth surface processes/critical zone science (Nicole West, Information about the program and application procedure .  Applications must be received by February 1st for full consideration.