The training environment of PermafrostNet maximises the research impact, job readiness and longer-term employability of its 60 graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and northern research assistants. For more information, click here.
|Freezing and thawing processes using passive or/and active inter-seasonal heat/cold redistribution systems to stabilize permafrost thawing or thaw permafrost. Student employment program position.||4 months (Winter 2020 term, starting January 6th to April 24th)||$446 to $994 per week (37.5 hrs). Masters level - $754 to $892 per week depending on the number of completed semesters.||High School diploma (or grade 12 equivalent). Minimum "B" academic average or equivalent.
Studying at a recognized educational institution and returning to full-time studies in the next semester.
Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada. Additionally, foreign national students who meet the eligibility requirements, are studying in recognized and eligible Canadian educational institution and possess a valid Off-Campus Work Permit may also apply.
|PhD||University of Victoria||Remote sensing of permafrost landscape change||Lantz, T. and Fraser, R.|
|MSc||Carleton University||Sustainable culvert design over degrading permafrost, Hudson Bay railway||Kenny, S. and Beddoe, R.|
|MSc||University of Calgary||Strength and consolidation behaviour of permafrost sediments||Hayley, J., Moorman B., Roy-Léveillée, P. and Gruber, S.|
|PhD||University of Calgary||Geomechanical properties of thawing permafrost||Hayley, J., Moorman B., Kenny, S. and Froese, D.|
|PhD||Carleton University||Risk management of linear infrastructure in remote permafrost terrain||Kenny, S., Beddoe, R., Roy-Léveillée, P., Turetsky, M. and Calmels, F.|
|PhD||Carleton University||Quantifying the ice and water content of permafrost with dielectric methods||Gruber, S., Stillman, D., Hayley, J. and Fortier, D.|
|PhD||Carleton University||Simulation of permafrost change and quantification of confidence in resulting data products||Gruber, S., Melton, J., Lantz, T. and Kokelj, S.|
|PhD||Laurentian University||Thaw pond initiation and evolution pathways||Roy-Léveillée, P., Turetsky, M., Lantz, T. and Morse, P.|
|PhD||Laurentian University||Permafrost and ground ice conditions in the Hudson Bay Lowlands||Roy-Léveillée, P., Packalen, M., Wolfe, S. and Rabus, B.|
|MSc||Laurentian University||Thaw-related landscape change in Weenusk Traditional Territory||Roy-Léveillée, P., Packalen, M., Lantz, T. and Pulsifier, P.|
|MSc||Laurentian University||Land use planning and mass-wasting hazards near Fort Severn||Roy-Léveillée, P., Beddoe, R. and Allard, M.|
|PhD||Carleton University||Simulation-based climate services for permafrost environments||Gruber, S.|
|PhD||University of Victoria||Process-based numerical modelling of permafrost systems||Melton, J., Rabus, B., Spence, C. and Goldblatt, C.|
|MSc||University of Victoria||Modelling of permafrost soil carbon||Melton, J., Turetsky, M. and Goldblatt, C.|
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