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Envision NERC DTP

The Envision Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) brings together a group of UK researchers with industry and non-governmental organisation (NGO) partners to train a new generation of environmental scientists in the skills, knowledge and experience essential for solving the challenges of a changing world. Read more

Envision NERC DTP

The Envision Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) brings together a group of UK researchers with industry and non-governmental organisation (NGO) partners to train a new generation of environmental scientists in the skills, knowledge and experience essential for solving the challenges of a changing world. Read more

Role of catchment properties in mediating the hydrological transition between droughts and floods

Droughts and floods represent the extreme end members of catchment hydrological conditions, and both have the potential to cause severe socioeconomic damage and loss of life in places where they occur. Read more

Global diversity and ecosystem functions of plant-microbe symbioses

  Research Group: CENTA - Central England NERC Training Alliance
Project Highlights. We have discovered a previously unknown and abundant plant- mycorrhizal symbiosis with global distribution. Read more

Impact of climate change and deglaciation on Glacier Lake Outburst Flood hazards in Lunana, Bhutan (OP2241)

The Himalayas are rapidly deglaciating due to climate change:this threatens the water security of ~1 billion people downstream and increases the risk of natural hazards, whilst rapid growth of downstream populations and infrastructure increases vulnerability (Immerzeel et al., 2020). Read more

Reconstructing climate and landscape change in drylands from sedimentary records (OP2216)

The basin of Shubayqa (Qa Shubayqa), today an ephemeral wetland in the eastern basalt desert of Jordan, provides a rare opportunity to reconstruct precipitation and landscape patterns throughout the Holocene in the wider Levant region east of the Dead Sea, because of its depth of sediment, a rather unique regional environmental archive. Read more

Developing methods to quantify the potential for greenhouse gas removal using bioenergy - carbon capture and storage to speed up the establishment and uptake of perennial Bio-energy crops.

Background. Crop yield and soil carbon turnover models are parameterized by using data from carefully controlled and measured field and lab experiments and when used spatially in predictive mode are driven by existing spatial data sets of weather, climate, soil types and land use at various scales. Read more

Climate, water and society in arid regions: from ancient civilizations to the Anthropocene

The largest region of arid climate stretches from North Africa, across the Middle East and into Central Asia. In these regions, water availability is an important restriction and yet this is where the first cities, first kingdoms and first empires rose and fell. Read more

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