Doctoral Program in Environmental Sciences in Rimouski in Canada

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Environmental Sciences

Earning a Ph.D. requires extended study and intense mental effort. A PhD is an academic study on which you concentrate for four to six years after obtaining your master’s degree, and that leads, if successful, to a PhD degree, the highest academic degree.

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Environmental Science Ph.D.

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Rimouski Lévis

The doctorate in environmental sciences aims at the development and integration of knowledge in several multidisciplinary fields grouped under the overall theme of the analysis of the dynamics of environmental relations. [+]

Doctorate Programs in Environmental Sciences in Rimouski in Canada. The doctorate in environmental sciences aims at the development and integration of knowledge in several multidisciplinary fields grouped under the overall theme of the analysis of the dynamics of environmental relations. environmental biotechnology Cycle and water quality basic and applied ecology Atmospheric sciences and ocean Geomorphology and land use Environmental Toxicology Program Structure The Environmental Science PhD is offered in conjunction with UQAC, UQAM and UQTR. The program includes the writing of a dissertation of 60 credits to deepen a subject in an area of ​​specialization in environmental sciences. Program Structure The Environmental Science PhD is offered in conjunction with UQAC, UQAM and UQTR. The program includes the writing of a dissertation of 60 credits to deepen a subject in an area of ​​specialization in environmental sciences. Research topics Geomorphology and geography of coastal areas Quantification and modeling of coastal hazards (coastal erosion processes, flooding, landslides) Reconstruction and projection of rising sea levels and analysis of its effects on coastal areas Program of measurements and modeling of coastal ice cover, water levels and waves and analysis of their effects on the evolution of coastlines the vulnerability study of communities and coastal infrastructure to hazards in a changing climate Analysis of adaptation options for coastal communities to coastal risks Development of tools to increase the resilience of coastal communities in a context of integrated coastal zone management environmental monitoring networks in Québec maritime coasts Geomorphology and dynamics of slopes Study of slope... [-]