The Aquatic Biogeochemistry Lab at the University of Central Florida is
currently seeking applicants for a Master’s degree in Biology interested in
research the quantifies the ecological impact of restored oyster reefs and
living shorelines on coastal biogeochemistry (e.g., nutrient dynamics,
carbon storage, and microbial ecology).  Successful applicants will be
supported on an NSF-funded Graduate Research Assistantships (includes full
tuition and stipend) and will work as part of an interdisciplinary team
studying the Indian River Lagoon, FL.  

Additional information about the Aquatic Biogeochemistry Lab can be found
at:, including instructions for prospective
students and links to the minimum requirements for the program.

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