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5 fully funded PhD positions available

December 15th, 2023

iC3, Centre of Excellence has 5 PhD positions available UiT- The Arctic University of Norway - Institutt for geovitenskap/Department of Geosciences, Norway, deadline 5th February 2024. iC3 aims to fill a major research gap in polar science by quantifying the future impact of ice sheet change on Earth’s carbon cycle. NORCE Norwegian Research Centre

1. Constraining subglacial substrate and carbon beneath Polar ice masses, iC3 (254622)

2. Legacy carbon, nutrient and greenhouse gas emissions around ice margins, iC3 (254628)

3. Assessing the role of glaciogenic coastal sediments on marine C, N and P cycling, iC3 (254629)

4. Palaeo-perspectives on Arctic cryosphere and marine ecosystem changes, iC3 (254630)

5. PhD Fellow in Evaluating methane hydrate formation beneath the Antarctic Ice Sheet, iC3 (254631).

At UiT, the Arctic isn’t just a place you visit while doing fieldwork. You feel an additional sense of connection to your research when you live and work in Tromsø, north of the Arctic Circle.

Colin Sinclair (Current PhD student within Geosciences and affiliated to iC3)

Photo by Colin Sinclair

For full information and to apply https://lnkd.in/dEyNriPf

Early Career Scientists

PhD Research Opportunities

iC3 offers a friendly and supportive working environment to early career researchers and masters students who are passionate about polar science.

iC3 Research Opportunities

Department for Geosciences UiT The Arctic University of Norway Dramsvegen 201 9014, Tromsø Norway

Dr Terri Souster

iC3 Centre Manager

ic3manager@uit.no

Till Bruckner

Communications Advisor

till.d.bruckner@uit.no

iC3: Centre for ice, Cryosphere, Carbon and Climate is funded by the Research Council of Norway through its Centres of Excellence funding scheme, grant number 332635.

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