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  New approaches to restoration of aquatic ecosystems – Integrating catchment and coastal processes to increase flood protection in tidally influenced rivers and estuaries
  Prof M Macklin, Dr M Schuerch, Dr L Mao, Dr H Moore
Application Deadline: 6 January 2019
Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health – School of Geography. Location. University of Lincoln, UK. Funding. £14,553 per annum stipend, plus all tuition fees covered.
  RISK CDT - Vulnerability of coastal infrastructures under climate change
  Dr E Patelli, Dr N Leonardi
Applications accepted all year round
Applications will close as soon as a suitable candidate has been found. The successful candidate is expected to start by February 2019.
  High-resolution satellite remote sensing of the coastal morphology
  Dr E Medina-Lopez, Prof P Perona, Dr V Venugopal
Application Deadline: 10 January 2019
At present, about 40% of the world’s population lives within 100 kilometres of the coast. This figure is expected to increase in the next 50 years [1].
  Source to Sea: Soil carbon transport from forested environments to coastal waters (Ref IAP2-18-72)
  Dr C Schroeder, Dr W Austin, Dr C Smeaton, Dr N Shah
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
Scotland is a carbon (C) nation with significant stores held in both terrestrial and marine environments. Scotland’s peatlands, for example, hold Europe’s largest organic carbon (OC) reserves, and recent research has shown that Scotland’s sea lochs are even more effective carbon stores [1,2].
  Innovative adaptive coastal governance: the Bacton-Walcott Sandscaping Scheme (TOLHURSTUENV19AS)
  Dr T Tolhurst, Dr C Howarth, Dr I Lorenzoni
Application Deadline: 8 January 2019
Background. Rising sea levels and other effects of climate change are exacerbating coastal change internationally. Recognition of the benefits of coastal defences that work with natural processes has resulted in a shift towards ‘soft’ coastal protection.
  Bio-physical interactions and adaptive coastal protection of dynamic vegetation patches
  Research Group: Institute for Infrastructure & Environment
  Prof Q Zou, Dr T Balke
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
Coastal vegetations are vital natural defences against severe storms, flooding and coastal erosion. They increase coastal resilience and offer ecosystem services such as carbon storage, biohabitat and water-quality.
  Climate change effects on coastal flooding: are models fit-for-purpose and how do we mitigate the risk?
  Dr P Robins
Application Deadline: 27 January 2019
Coastal flooding has been ranked the second highest risk for civil emergency in the UK, costing £0.25bn annually in economic loss.
  Rocky coast geomorphology: the key to unlocking our archaeological heritage
  Dr C Earlie
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Project Background. Archaeological coastal sites play a crucial role in the cultural heritage of our country. At Tintagel, Cornwall, the geomorphological evolution of the rocky coastline is critical to interpreting the site.
  Quaternary and methylated amine cycle in coastal oceans: new genes, novel microbes and unexpected pathways
  Research Group: CENTA - Central England NERC Training Alliance
  Dr Y Chen, Dr K Purdy
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Project Highlights. New genes and novel microbes. Unexpected pathways. World-leading supervisory team on climate-change microbiology.
  Will salt marsh survive sea level rise? An integrated numerical model and field investigation
  Dr N Leonardi, Dr R Smedley
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Salt marshes are delicate ecosystems located at the boundary between sea and land and play a number of crucially important socio-economic roles.
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