REU- Northern Ecosystems Research

Hi ES students,

A summer REU program Northern Ecosystems Research in Sweden and UNH.

neru.sr.unh.edu

See below for details.

Cheers,

Sarah

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Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 22:36:54 -0500

From: Ruth Varner <ruth.varner@unh.edu>

To: Eswn@web3.acd.ucar.edu

Subject: [Eswn] NERU – Northern Ecosystems Research for Undergraduates

                program – applications due December 1

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Hi All,

I wanted to let you know about our second year of the NERU NSF REU program. NERU is a partnership between UNH and the Abisko Scientific Research Station, Abisko, Sweden. The participants spend 3 weeks at UNH planning for research related to the impact of climate change on northern ecosystems. They will then spend four weeks in northern Sweden completing this research and will spend the remaining 3 weeks at UNH analyzing samples and data. The nine participants from last year are all presenting at AGU in a few weeks. The program supports all travel, housing and per diem during the 10 weeks and offers a stipend to the students. Our website has links to last years research projects and details on the program both at UNH and in Sweden.

neru.sr.unh.edu

Please encourage any undergraduate students you know to apply!

Best,

Ruth

Ruth K. Varner

Research Associate Professor

Earth Systems Research Center

Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space University of New Hampshire Rm 450 Morse Hall Durham, NH 03824

Phone: 603-862-0853

Fax: 603-862-0188

Sarah Principato, Associate Professor

Department of Environmental Studies

Gettysburg College

Gettysburg, PA 17325

(717)-337-6079

sprincip@gettysburg.edu

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