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wildlife conservation PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 10 wildlife conservation PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Extreme conservation: reproductive strategies of Malagasy shorebirds

Do you want to build your career in wildlife conservation or behavioural ecology? Our project offers the extraordinary opportunity to conduct cutting-edge research in one of the world's most captivating and ecologically diverse locations. Read more

Phylogeography of Caribbean Herpetofauna

The Caribbean region consists of the Caribbean Sea that is enclosed by northern South America, the eastern cost of Central America and a range of islands from Cuba on the north until the lesser Antilles and Trinidad and Tobago on the East. Read more

Foodscape mapping of wild ungulates to promote wildlife-friendly herding on the Tibetan Plateau

Lack of understanding of the ecological needs of each wild ungulate species under the influence of existing livestock management practice hinders the adoption of wildlife-friendly rangeland management. Read more

Nature recovery - how do we achieve it and how do we engage people with it?

This is an exciting time in conservation in the UK with the Local Nature Recovery Strategy, the establishment of the Environment Act and increasing opportunities to support positive change (such as Biodiversity Net Gain). Read more

Health and wellbeing in an endangered non-human primate across an anthropogenic gradient

Project summary  . This exciting opportunity integrates conservation management and animal wellbeing, using non-invasive biomarkers of health and welfare, to assess the impact of anthropogenic disturbance in an endangered non-human primate. . Read more

Evaluating the meaning and distribution of ‘Tree Equity’ in Surrey: An interdisciplinary approach

Having access to trees reduces respiratory illness and improves mental health and well-being (Pataki et al 2021). Tress also provide protection from climate extremes such as flooding and heatwaves (Leets et al 2022). Read more
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