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Stage de recherche premier cycle

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La Chaire BiCEAB offre la possibilité d'effectuer un stage de recherche à un étudiant de premier cycle pour développer un projet axé sur la détermination de l'empreinte du carbone (C) à long terme du programme de recherche de la Chaire, et d'explorer des pistes pour atténuer cette empreinte C. Ce projet pourrait être un stage rémunéré à temps partiel ou un projet d’initiation à la recherche pour une étudiante en biologie, géographie ou sciences de l’environnement qui s’intéresse aux enjeux liés au changement climatique et à la soutenabilité. Pour plus d'informations, contactez Dr Paul del Giorgio, Dépt des sciences biologiques, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   

Possibility to do a Master's 2021

Start date: Summer – Fall 2021/Winter 2022
Location: Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Several graduate assistantships are available to carry out Master’s or Ph.D. theses in the Aquatic Ecology Group of the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). The projects will be associated to the NSERC-funded Chair in Carbon Biogeochemistry in Boreal Aquatic Systems (CarBBAS). The research projects may focus on a wide range of issues related to C biogeochemistry and greenhouse gas dynamics in northern aquatic ecosystems, including lake and river organic carbon dynamics and processing, greenhouse gas dynamics, and ecosystem metabolism; links between aquatic and terrestrial C biogeochemistry and ecosystem function; the role of aquatic ecosystems on regional carbon budgets; greenhouse gas dynamics in hydroelectric reservoirs and the C footprint of hydroelectric power generation. The projects will likely involve a combination of approaches, including in situ point and continuous gas, chemical and physical measurements, optical, isotopic and chemical characterization of organic matter, a wide range of process measurements, GIS and landscape modeling measurements, and molecular microbial techniques. The research favors an integrative, network scale perspective of inland waters across the boreal biome of Québec, but comparative work in temperate and subarctic systems in Québec and elsewhere will also be carried out. The candidate will join the highly dynamic, diverse and multidisciplinary team of the Chair in Carbon Biogeochemistry in Boreal Aquatic Systems (http://www.carbbas.uqam.ca/), which in turn is part of a aquatic group in the Département des sciences biologiques of the UQAM, with collective expertise in nutrient and C biogeochemistry, ecosystem and landscape modeling, population, community and ecosystem ecology, genomics and molecular ecology. The UQAM is a francophone university, but English is the working language in the group, our students can choose to take courses in our sister universities and can submit their theses in English. Interested students should send a letter of introduction, academic resume, and the names of two references, to Paul del Giorgio ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , 514-795-7983). E-mail enquiries and applications are welcome. For more information on our research program, go to the website: www.carbbas.uqam.ca  
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