PhD RA in Hydrogeology and Numerical Modeling focusing on the paleohydrologic evolution of the Paradox Basin, Utah. Applicants with a quantitative background and experience in Fortran and Matlab programing will be given preference. The successful applicant will develop finite element models of multi-phase (oil, gas, water, CO2) fluid flow, heat, and solute mass transport within an evolving basin undergoing subsidence, sedimentation, erosion and salt diapir formation. The models are intended to provide insights into the timing of formation of world class copper and uranium deposits. Interested candidates may contact Dr. Mark Person (Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.).