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  Advanced fractal modelling of heterogeneous and anisotropic geological hydrocarbon reservoirs
  Dr P Lorinczi, Prof P Glover
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
The modern oil and gas industry is refocussing its efforts. Most of the large and simple conventional reservoirs have now been found and exploited.
  Fracture permeability response to the gas adsorption/desorption process in organic rocks by coupled Hydro–Mechanical modelling
  Dr G Quan, Dr K Wu
Applications accepted all year round
Gas adsorption/desorption is an essential process related to gas transport in fractured organic rocks, such as coals and organic-rich shales.
  Structural controls on gold mineralization in the Palaeoproterozoic Mako Volcanic Belt, Senegal
  Dr J Lambert-Smith, Prof T Blenkinsop
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Project Background. Orogenic gold deposits have strong structural controls on their location and geometry at all scales.
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Interactive effects of affective experiences and ageing processes on brain networks over the life course: a neuroimaging informatics approach
  Dr C Poirier, Dr Y Wang, Prof C Petkov, Dr J-P Taylor
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Background. Stressful experiences are considered the main risk factor for most non-communicable diseases and are suspected to accelerate ageing.
  3D quantitative analysis of textures in palaeobiology: environments, taphonomy and exceptional preservation
  Prof M Purnell, Prof S E Gabbott
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
The roughness or texture of surfaces is intuitively obvious and, at a course scale, easily discernible through touch and sight. We can see and feel that some bedding surfaces are rougher than others, or that some parts of an exceptionally preserved fossils appear smoother than the matrix, or other parts of the fossil.
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