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  Editing Ann Radcliffe (The Romance of the Forest [1791])
  Assoc Prof T Duggett
Applications accepted all year round

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The PhD studentship is part of a project to produce a scholarly edition of Ann Radcliffe’s breakthrough ‘Gothic Romance’, The Romance of the Forest (1791).
  Water and nutrient efficiencies in innovative forest management practice
  Prof S Krause, Dr S Ullah, Dr N Kettridge
Application Deadline: 10 October 2019

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We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated candidate to join our team as a PhD student in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences and the Birmingham Institute of Forest Research (BIFoR) at the University of Birmingham.
  Quantification of the impact of changing vegetation on hillslope sediment transport
  Research Group: Earth Surface Science
  Dr S Grieve, Dr E Lines
Applications accepted all year round

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Hillslope sediment transport exists on a continuum from the gradual downslope motion of particles, termed soil creep, to catastrophic shallow landslides and debris flows.
  Field to Forest: Relict Field Systems in East Berkshire.
  Prof M Bell, Dr D Garrow
Applications accepted all year round

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Flemming, 1987; Yates, 2007). The primary method for identifying these field systems has been aerial photography, which has identified extensive relict field systems on the Berkshire Downs (Ford, Bowden, Mees, & Gaffney, 1988; Levick, 2015; P.
  Identification of tree species based on UAV captured images
  Dr H Wei, Prof J Ferryman, Dr G DiFatta
Applications accepted all year round

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Computer Computer vision technology has been found to be an important application in remotely sensed data understanding. This research exploits high‐resolution images captured by UAV payload cameras to identify tree species.
  Impacts of land-use change on tropical biodiversity
  Dr D Edwards
Applications accepted all year round

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Tropical land-use change is a core driver of the global extinction and climate change crises. In the Edwards lab, we use field research, economic assessment and rigorous statistical analyses to determine the impacts of tropical land-use change on biodiversity, carbon stocks and other ecosystem services.
  Total Atmospheric Emissions from the Biosphere
  Dr W J Bloss, Dr L Kramer
Applications accepted all year round

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The dominant source of hydrocarbons to the atmosphere is vegetation – biogenic volatile organic compounds or BVOCs. In the atmosphere, BVOCs undergo chemical processing, leading to the formation of secondary pollutants such as ozone and organic aerosol particles, affecting human and environmental health and climate.
  Unlocking past and present climatic and anthropogenic drivers of environmental change influencing Miri-Sibuti Coral Reefs National Park (Borneo, Malaysia)
  Prof J Zinke, Dr A Boom
Application Deadline: 3 October 2019

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Study a set of unique coral cores covering up to 200 years of ocean climate history from Miri-Sibuti Coral Reefs National Park (MSCRNP).
  PhD in Applied Ecology - Developing data-driven modelling in Applied Ecology
  Prof R Freckleton
Applications accepted all year round

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We live in a changing world and a challenge for ecologists is to forecast how such changes will impact on natural populations. We tackle problems such as forest management, weed invasions and predicting the impacts of land management on populations of plants, insects and birds.
  Sentence planning in bilingual speakers: Incrementality and adaptation in native and non-native language production.
  Dr A Konopka
Applications accepted all year round

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How do speakers put thoughts into words? Native speakers normally plan what they are going to say incrementally.
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