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Dear All,

As a hydrologist I have been involved  in the environmental studies for 6
years.
Since April 1995 I have been working as a Research Assistant in Environmental
Radioactivity Research Centre of the University of Liverpool under the
supervision of Dr. P.G. Appleby. My main experience for this period has
been  radiometric dating (Pb-210, Cs-137 and Am-241) of recent lake,
estuarine and salt marsh sediments as well as dating of  peat accumulation
in bogs. I am responsible for gamma spectrometry  analysis of sediment
samples using ORTEC HPGe well and coaxial detectors and calculation of
sediment chronology and accumulation rates by Pb-210 CRS and CIC models.

My current contract with the University of Liverpool is arranged for the
short period under Academic Visitors' Scheme and  expires on 19 August
1996. So I am
looking for an opportunity to continue this kind of work. Though I would be
interested in any other offers of employment, as I have  programming experience
in Pascal, Fortran, Visual Basic for Applications and FoxPro.

I can provide my CV and references on request.
Thank you for your time and consideration.

Yours sincerely,

Vladimir Kirnitshnyi
_______________________________
Vladimir Kirnitshnyi
Department of Mathematical Sciences
The University of Liverpool
Liverpool
PO BOX 147
L69 3BX
UK



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