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We have 196 pollution PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Modelling Pollution Transport in Vegetated Flow Environment

  Research Group: CENTA - Central England NERC Training Alliance
Project Highlights. Identifying and quantifying the key underlying mechanisms that govern the transport and fate of pollutants (solute and solid) in vegetated freshwater flow domains. Read more
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Advancing into a new age of monitoring aquatic pollution: Novel methods and citizen science

Chemical contaminants in surface water (e.g., pharmaceuticals, metals, pesticides) can affect the biology of organisms via interaction with highly conserved molecular receptors. Read more

Research opportunities in the Department of Environment and Geography

We offer an outstanding, dynamic and interdisciplinary environment in which to carry out PhD research in all aspects of human geography and environmental science, including lab-based, field-based, desk-based and policy-oriented research. Read more

PhD opportunities in Pollution Research and Policy

Help shape new policies and regulatory priorities for pollution control and protect human health and the environment from harmful chemical pollution. Read more

OP2330 Microfibres in soils: detection, degradation and impact

NERC ONE Planet DTP. Microplastic pollution is a global concern, with plastics now considered a marker of the Anthropocene. One of the major sources of microplastic pollution has been shown to be microfibres, released from clothing and other textile items. Read more

Improving indoor air quality through behaviour change

Air pollution is considered to be responsible for more than 28,000 deaths each year in the UK alone, and long-term exposure to air pollution is associated with higher rates of cardiovascular and respiratory illness, birth-defects and neuro-degenerative disorders (Laverge et al., 2015). Read more
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A geometric framework approach to understand multi-metal toxicity on individual organisms to evaluate relative risks and benefits of pollution and mitigation

Environmental pollution with metals is not exclusive to heavy metals but includes metals essential for life. Organisms have adapted to harvest these often-scarce metals and use them in essential cellular machinery such as superoxide dismutase (e.g. Read more

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