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University of Wales, Bangor

Marine geotechnics

One-year full-time course intended to train postgraduate students for the marineenvironmental geoscience and geo-engineering industry, covering transport anddeposition of shelf, continental margin and deep sea sediment, sediment engineeringproperties and geophysical techniques. Past students have found employment in the oiland gas industry, geophysical contract companies, river/harbour boards, the offshore detrital mining industry, government laboratories, and specialist engineering and dredging contractors. For the 2000/2001 academic session student sponsorship will be available through bursaries offered by the university; the university is also seeking additional sponsorship for postgraduate courses through the European Objective 1scheme. Students are given the opportunity to participate in the European student exchange programme (ERASMUS/SOCRATES) for the project component.

Dr Angela Davis, School of OceanSciences, Menai Bridge, Gwynedd, LL59 5EY.Tel: 01248 382845.Email: a. m. uk

Dr Charles Harris, Department of Earth Sciences, University ofWales, PO Box 914, Cardiff, CF103YE.Email:

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