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forestry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 12 forestry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Critical remote sensing of Indigenous fire use in Guyana

Worldwide, controlled fire use plays an important cultural and economic role within small-scale livelihoods and Indigenous cultures that involve agriculture, pastoralism, forestry, hunting and/or gathering (Smith et al., 2022, Nature Sustainability). Read more
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Fully funded PhD scholarship in forest biogeochemistry and microbial greenhouse gas mitigation

PhD Scholarship. Barking up the right trees – a microbial solution for our methane problem. This Southern Cross University 3.4-year fully funded PhD project supports an Australian Research Council DECRA project investigating the role of tree-dwelling microbial communities in mitigating greenhouse gasses. Read more

Wet woodlands; structure, function and sensitivity to multiple stressors

This project is part of the NERC-funded Centre for Doctoral Training, ECOWILD. For more details, and for a full list of projects offered under this programme, please visit: https://ecowild.site.hw.ac.uk/. Read more

UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering PhD Scholarship

Description. The UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering PhD Scholarship supports students to study towards a research doctoral degree in the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering at Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury. Read more

The Impact of Climate Change on Timber in Construction

Construction delivery and operation accounts for 34% global final energy use and 37% energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions whilst extracting finite resources and destroying natural habitats. Read more
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