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  Membrane shaping, cytoskeletal and nuclear envelope (NE) proteins in NE dynamics during cell division: a study that will develop and use correlative super resolution light and electron microscopy (sCLEM)
  Dr M Goldberg, Dr I Karakesisoglou, Dr T Hawkins
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Scientific aims. the nuclear envelope (NE) is a central cellular hub with roles in ageing, cancer migration and degenerative diseases.
  Examining the ecological consequences of climate-driven shifts in the structure of NE Atlantic kelp forests
  Dr D Smale, Dr A Jensen
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
Project Rationale. Kelps are foundation species in temperate coastal waters and have elevated importance in the maintenance of ecosystem structure and functioning1.
  Next generation conservation genetics at sea: detecting and conserving adaptive potential
  Prof AR Hoelzel, Prof OE Gaggiotti
Application Deadline: 12 January 2019
Background. Kelp forests are amongst the world’s most productive and extensive habitats, rivalling the productivity of tropical rainforests.
  Tracing environmental impacts associated with hydrocarbon production with novel geochemical techniques
  Dr Z Zhou
Application Deadline: 27 January 2019
With recent government green light for Lancashire fracking, concerns have arisen over the potential environmental impacts associated with drilling and shale gas production.
  The Stratigraphy and Emplacement of the Antrim Lavas (SEAL)
  Dr C T Stevenson, Dr S Watt
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Basaltic traps and related intrusions, globally, host a variety of resources including aggregates (Mitchel, 2015), minerals (Lusty, 2017), geothermal (Campbell et al., 2016), and groundwater (Seneger et al., 2015; Babar and Muley, 2018).
  Spilling into confinement: submarine slope valleys as pollutant and carbon sinks
  Prof DM Hodgson, Prof J Peakall, Dr I Kane
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Highlights. An opportunity to investigate the distribution of organic carbon and pollutants in deep-marine channels, with societal and economic implications.
  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.
  Mass and energy flow in seafloor ecosystems, testing and tuning deep-sea models with biochemical observations
  Dr R Jeffreys, Prof A Hirst, Dr B Bett
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Introduction. Deep-sea habitats at water depths over 2000 m cover ~60% of the Earth’s surface and are the largest and least explored environment on the planet (Smith et al.
  (STFC DTP) Volatile processing during planetary differentiation: insights from Asteroid 4 Vesta
  Research Group: Isotope Geochemistry & Planetary Science
  Dr B O'Driscoll, Prof R Burgess, Dr R Garwood
Application Deadline: 11 February 2019
Introduction. Image looking down at Vesta’s north pole. This image of Vesta was taken from the last sequence of images of NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, looking down at Vesta’s north pole.
  Reconstructing latitudinal terrestrial environments at the Cretaceous-Palaeogene boundary; Testing the ‘Equable Earth’ hypothesis
  Research Group: Geoscience
  Dr R Jerrett, Dr B Van Dongen
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
As anthropogenic atmospheric warming is forecasted to exceed 2°C above preindustrial temperatures by 2100, it remains unclear how thermal energy will be redistributed across the globe (from equator to pole) and to what extent this will impact the terrestrial environments.
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