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  Developing and testing models for the assessment of fish and scallops in the Clyde
  Dr D C Speirs, Prof M Heath, Dr P Boulcott
Applications accepted all year round
This fully-funded studentship will remain open only until filled, and so we recommend applying immediately. Mathematical models play a central role in determining the population size of fish and other marine organisms that are caught for human consumption.
  Women in small-scale fisheries: tackling gender inequality for livelihoods and empowerment
  Research Group: Gender inequality
  Dr F Nunan, Dr F Sugden
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Small-scale fisheries play a major role in global fisheries production, with almost 90% of the world’s fishers working in the small-scale sector, characterised by locally made boats, using small amounts of capital and energy (Kolding et al., 2014).
  Women in small-scale fisheries: tackling gender inequality for livelihoods and empowerment
  Research Group: Gender inequality
  Dr F Nunan, Dr F Sugden
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Small-scale fisheries play a major role in global fisheries production, with almost 90% of the world’s fishers working in the small-scale sector, characterised by locally made boats, using small amounts of capital and energy (Kolding et al., 2014).
  What is the role of discarding in the dynamics of the demersal fish community of the Firth of Clyde?
  Dr R Cook, Dr L Clarke
Applications accepted all year round
his fully-funded studentship will remain open only until filled, and so we recommend applying immediately. The Firth of Clyde has notoriously been referred to as an ‘ecological desert’ having been intensively overfished (Thurstan and Roberts, 2010).
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