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Post-weaning dispersal behaviour, growth and survival of male fallow deer fawns

Why do some young individuals stay with their maternal group while others quickly establish themselves as independent? What are the causes and fitness consequences of this key difference in life-history strategy? This project will investigate these questions using free-ranging male fallow deer fawns as the model. . Read more
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Radar characterisation of volcanic plumes

Project Description. Explosive volcanic eruptions can generate ash plumes that present a global hazard. To improve our forecasts of plume dispersal, radar remote sensing could provide real-time measurements for assimilation into plume dispersal models. Read more

Combining laser and ultrasound based molecular delivery strategies for enhanced drug delivery

Overview. This project addresses the critical area of delivering therapeutics to the skin. If successful, the approach will have direct and positive consequences for the treatment of a range of skin diseases, but may also be viewed as a more generic means of drug delivery for treating a much wider range of disease. Read more

PhD Studentship in Ecology - Investigating the assembly of plant and animal communities following wildfire: an ecological network approach

Overview. Wildfire naturally drives biodiversity patterns globally through heterogeneous disturbance regimes (Kelly & Brotons 2017), but there is growing evidence that climate change (and a range of other factors) is increasing wildfire frequency and severity in many parts of the world (Flannigan et al. Read more

The aerodynamics of skyscrapers: tall building clusters and the urban environment

By 2050 our cities will host 68% of the world’s population, compared to the current 54%, and 33% in the 1960s. This increase is often accomplished by the proliferation of tall buildings (TBs) that maximise the provision of housing and commerce using a limited street-level footprint. Read more

MSc by Research on Nature Recovery

You will contribute to the research and knowledge arising from a new large-scale nature recovery project in a diverse former agricultural landscape next to Lincoln. Read more

Interactions between introduced tree species and native mycorrhizal fungi in the UK

Mycorrhizal symbioses are one of the most extensive and important biotic interactions in terrestrial ecosystems, typically providing plants with improved access to nutrients in exchange for carbohydrates produced via photosynthesis. Read more
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