Power Paleoecology Lab & Garrett Herbarium

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 Graduate Student Opportunities 

 Mitch Power is currently accepting applications for  Masters  and  Doctoral students. For more information,  please email  for  more information  at: 

Undergraduate Research Opportunities 

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program:

UROP provides undergraduate student and faculty members the opportunity to work together on research projects. UROP assistantships provide up to $1200 per semester for any undergraduate to assist with a year long research project under the supervision of the faculty member. Previously funded UROP projects in the Power Lab include:

Dendroclimatology of Range Creek Canyon: Melanie Cook, Mitchell J. Power

Paleoecological Analysis of Fire Regimes in the Amazon River Basin of Bolivia: Mary McIntyre, Shira Maezumi, Mitchell J. Power

A Paleoecological Record of Tortola, British Virgin Islands: reconstructing a disturbed ecosystem through lake sediment and pollen analysis: Cameron D. McIntire, Mitchell J. Power 

Volunteer Opportunities 

There are many ways to become involved with both the Power Paleo Lab and the Garret Herbarium. If you are interested in  volunteering please send a copy of your resume, along with a short (200 word max) statement on your  research interests, including your availability to: mitchell.power@geog.utah.edu


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