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geomorphology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Rocky coast geomorphology: the key to unlocking our archaeological heritage
  Dr C Earlie
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Project Background. Archaeological coastal sites play a crucial role in the cultural heritage of our country. At Tintagel, Cornwall, the geomorphological evolution of the rocky coastline is critical to interpreting the site.
  Dynamic interactions between life and its landscape: heritage and biodiversity in SW England.
  Dr L Reinhardt
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Additional Supervisors. Dr Michael Ellis, British Geological Society. Location. University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall TR10 9FE.
  Land surface dynamics of global dust emission schemes to improve climate change projections
  Dr A Chappell
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Project Background. Terrestrial mineral dust emission has a profound and pervasive impact on Earth’s systems and future climate projections.
  Pushing back the frontiers of luminescence dating – IAPETUS DTP PhD Studentship (Durham University and Glasgow University)
  Prof I Bailiff
Application Deadline: 18 January 2019
University of Durham and the University of Glasgow. Luminescence - especially optically stimulated luminescence - dating is an established and important tool for dating events during the Late Pleistocene and latter part of the Middle Pleistocene.
  Instability in peat: developing and undertaking new types of experiments to establish how peat fails in response to different types of external forcing
  Dr A P Dykes
Applications accepted all year round
Peat mass movements are relatively common geomorphological events in UK and Irish uplands. In recent years several significant peat landslides have been caused by engineering work, usually construction of access roads for onshore windfarm projects.
  The development of methods for representation and reasoning over Maori knowledge and worldviews relating to land
  Dr K Stock, Prof H Guesgen
Application Deadline: 20 December 2018
We have an exciting PhD opportunity within the Massey Geoinformatics Collaboratory at Massey University, in Auckland, New Zealand, working with Dr Kristin Stock and Professor Hans Guesgen in the area of representation and reasoning of Maori knowledge about land.
  Examining the erratic record of Scotland’s glacially and fluvially modified landscape
  Dr L L Kirstein, Dr R Walcott, Prof S Mudd, Dr A Hein
Application Deadline: 10 January 2019
Project summary. Scotland’s land surface is the product of plate tectonics modified by surface processes and extensively reconfigured by glacial erosion.
  Natural Flood Management: Optimising design to reduce geomorphic impact
  Prof T Coulthard
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Living with Water. Perceptions, Processes, Responses and Mitigation of Flooding. To celebrate the University's research successes, the University of Hull is offering a full-time UK/EU/International PhD Scholarship for candidates applying for each of the following projects as part of a new research cluster.
  Seismicity and Structure of Subducting Slabs
  Dr T Craig, Dr S Rost
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
This project aims to understand the distribution of seismicity associated with internal deformation in shallow subducting slabs. Subduction zones are well known to host the largest and most damaging earthquakes, but also a wide variety of smaller events.
  Proglacial landscape evolution across the Antarctic Peninsula with Holocene climate change
  Dr J Carrivick, Dr D Quincey
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
The ice sheet margin around the Antarctic Peninsula receded rapidly from its Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) position on the continental shelf edge ~ 18 ka (Davies et al., 2012) to a position towards the head of fjords, and in some cases onto land.
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