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  Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme for the Ecological Study of the Brain
 LEVERHULME DOCTORAL TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR THE ECOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE BRAIN (ECOLOGICAL BRAIN). University College London – Inter-faculties DTP.
  Transport, fate and aquatic ecological impact of airport de-icers: a collaborative research project with Heathrow Airport
  Dr R Grabowski, Dr A Medina Vaya
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
CENTA2 is a consortium of research intensive Universities and research institutes that are working together to provide excellence in doctoral research training.
  Ecological and Social Dimensions of Raptor Translocations– PhD Biological Sciences (Fully funded)
  Dr D Hodgson, Prof R McDonald
Application Deadline: 20 January 2019
Location. Centre for Ecology and Conservation, Penryn Campus, Cornwall. The University of Exeter’s College of Life and Environmental Sciences, in partnership with Natural England, is inviting applications for a fully-funded PhD studentship to commence in March 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.
  Spatial coordination in payment for ecosystem service schemes: an integrated ecological and economic perspective
  Research Group: Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine
  Prof N Hanley, Prof K Park
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
Payment for Ecosystem Service (agri-environment) schemes aim to deliver conservation benefits by paying landowners to change their land management in a way in which ecosystem quality and biodiversity outcomes are enhanced.
  Crop pollination, pest regulation and soil management: Ecological intensification for sustainable food production
  Dr M Garratt, Dr T Breeze
Applications accepted all year round
Growing populations are placing an ever-increasing demand on agricultural systems to provide sufficient foods, particularly in the developing world.
  Seeing the woods for the trees: do woodland networks benefit biodiversity?
  Prof K Park, Prof J Bullock, Dr Elisa Fuentes-Montemayor, Dr K Watts
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
Overview. The concept of ecological networks, and their focus on landscape-scale conservation, has been promoted globally as a key approach to biodiversity conservation in fragmented landscapes.
  Livelihood transition, youth and migration: breaking or reproducing environmental stress in agro-ecological systems
  Dr F Sugden
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Summary. Upland areas have long been important regions of out-migration, given the fragile ecological resource base, population pressure and peripheral status within larger national economies.
  Minimising adverse effects of conservation: Ecological consequences of restoration of salmon carcasses to upland streams (Ref IAP2-18-31)
  Prof N Metcalfe
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
Salmon populations are declining and in need of active conservation measures, but how is their freshwater habitat best managed to maximise their survival? The juveniles live in uplands streams that would previously have contained many adult salmon that would have died after spawning, so releasing nutrients into an otherwise nutrient-poor environment.
  Minimising adverse effects of conservation: Ecological consequences of restoration of salmon carcasses to upland streams (Ref IAP2-18-31)
  Prof N Metcalfe
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
Salmon populations are declining and in need of active conservation measures, but how is their freshwater habitat best managed to maximise their survival? The juveniles live in uplands streams that would previously have contained many adult salmon that would have died after spawning, so releasing nutrients into an otherwise nutrient-poor environment.
  Ecological Function of a Water-sensing Molecular Fossil
  Research Group: Institute of Life and Earth Sciences
  Dr P C Morris, Dr J Thompson, Dr R Alexander
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
Abiotic stress tolerance in plants is a critical attribute and a key objective for plant breeders. The world is experiencing unprecedented increases in average global temperatures and extreme weather events leading to intermittent periods of drought and waterlogging (water stress).
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