Laboratory Experimental Research Assistant in Geomorphology at The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), University Park, PA, USA
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Job Description & Position Requirements:
The Department of Geosciences is looking for a Part-Time research assistant to help setup and conduct physical laboratory experiments of landscape change. Experiments may be related to river delta growth, channel networks, and/or permafrost bank erosion. Duties include moving/shoveling sediment, construction of experimental apparatus/hardware, mounting equipment (e.g., cameras), setup and calibration of experimental equipment (e.g., pumps), assisting starting and monitoring experiments while running, and data analysis.
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