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  The Southern Ocean cloud problem – the role of aerosols
  Dr T Lachlan-Cope, Dr M Herzog
Application Deadline: 3 January 2019
This project will use a range of numerical models (WRF, WRF-Cchem, UKMO) to investigate how sensitive the climate system over Antarctica and the Southern Ocean to variations in Cloud Condensation Nuclei (CCN) and Ice Nucleating Particles (INP).
  Future stratospheric ozone changes and associated climate impacts
  Dr A Orr, Dr L Abraham, Dr T Moffat-Griffin
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
Importance of the area of research concerned. The Antarctic ozone hole has profound impacts on the Southern Hemisphere atmospheric circulation and surface climate.
  A new polar ozone killer – sea-salt aerosol produced over sea ice
  Dr X Yang, Dr A Schmidt, Dr L Abraham, Dr A Jones
Application Deadline: 3 January 2019
Sea-salt aerosol (SSA) is an important atmospheric primary aerosol, mainly generated from the open ocean. However, the sea ice surface has recently been found to be a large SSA source (via sublimating saline blowing snow particles).
  Future climate and mass balance of the Antarctic ice sheet
  Dr A Orr, Prof A J Payne, Dr G Marshall, Dr R Essery
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Project background. The Antarctic Ice Sheet (AIS) is the largest mass of ice on Earth, which would raise sea levels by 58 meters if melted entirely.
  Invisible world: the biogeography of molecular and microbial diversity in European lakes
  Dr A Tanentzap, Prof T Dittmar
Application Deadline: 3 January 2019
Cambridge C-CLEAR NERC DTP PhD Studentship. Lead Supervisor. Andrew Tanentzap, Plant Sciences. Co-Supervisor. Thorsten Dittmar, University of Oldenburg.
  Evolution on the wild side: the predictability of adaptation to global change
  Dr A Tanentzap, Dr L Orsini
Application Deadline: 3 January 2019
Cambridge C-CLEAR NERC DTP PhD Studentship. Lead Supervisor. Andrew Tanentzap, Plant Sciences. Co-Supervisor. Luisa Orsini, University of Birmingham and Shelley Arnott, Queen’s University.
  Thawing Arctic: productivity and sources of carbon cycling in small lakes
  Dr A Tanentzap, Dr D Olefeldt
Application Deadline: 3 January 2019
Cambridge C-CLEAR NERC DTP PhD Studentship. Lead Supervisor. Andrew Tanentzap, Plant Sciences. Co-Supervisor. David Olefeldt, University of Alberta.
  Predicting Tuber Dry Matter concentration in potato
  Dr D Firman, Dr M Stalham, Prof H Griffiths
Application Deadline: 1 March 2019
Project Outline. The dry matter concentration of potato tubers is an important quality attribute, particularly for the production of crisps and french fries but also for fresh produce.
  Embedded Carbon Fibre Transition Zones for Metal-Composite Hybrid Joints
  Dr C Worrall, Dr J Stein
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Driven by European Regulations (No. 443/2009) and the USA Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standard, automotive and aerospace companies are increasingly looking to use carbon fibre composites to achieve up to 50% weight savings over metallic alternatives.
  Sea salt from blowing snow above sea ice - variability and magnitude of a new particle source in a warming world
  Dr M Frey, Prof E Wolff, Dr X Yang, Dr A Jones
Application Deadline: 3 January 2019
Importance of the area of research concerned. Atmospheric aerosols represent the largest source of uncertainty in global climate predictions.
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