December 3, 2007
Assistantship: Louisiana State University
Posted as a courtesy. Do not contact me about this. Best of luck~Dida
Patrick Hesp also has funding to support an incoming Masters student in
the Department of Geography and Anthropology at Louisiana State
University. Ideally, the student will have an interest in landscape
reconstruction, coastal geomorphology or geology, or prehistoric
underwater archeology. The assistantship duties will primarily include
assisting with marine archaeological research, diving, coring
operations, sample preparation and core data analysis.
The purpose of our research project is to determine if targets reported
as potential midden features in the offshore environment do in fact
represent anthropogenic deposits. The project will use remote sensing
data and sediment analyses from cores extracted from these potential
You can download the LSU Geography and Anthropology packet for
prospective graduate students and find more information on the graduate
program in general area here. Click here if you
wish to apply online.
If you would like more information on the project you can view an
Please contact Patrick at pahesp @lsu. edu if you have any additional
questions. A lead member of the research team, Amanda Evans, will be
presenting a related paper at the upcoming 2008 SHA conference in
Albuquerque. If you're attending the conference she would be happy to
meet with you there and answer any questions you may have about graduate
studies in Geography and Anthropology at Louisiana State University.
Contact her at [evansa @ teslaoffshore.com].
Posted by Dida at December 3, 2007 4:25 PM