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MS Student Opportunities – Geothermal Research in Southern California

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Alexander Richter 15 Dec 2014

The Department of Geology of California State University Long Beach seeks applications for two M.S. research assistantships in geothermal reservoir permeability.

Two M.S. research assistantships (with tuition) are available for theoretical and field based studies in geothermal reservoir permeability. Assistantships are for two years and support progress toward the M.S. Degree in Geology with the California State University Long Beach Department of Geology.

Please contact Prof. Matthew Becker (matt.becker@csulb.edu) with unofficial transcripts and GRE scores.

Further details at: http://www.csulb.edu/depts/geology/hydrogeology/

This was posted on December 14, 2014.

Via American Geophysical Union (AGU)