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Applied Mathematics (oceanography) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 16 Applied Mathematics (oceanography) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Can extreme internal waves trigger turbidity currents and carbon transport in submarine canyons? (HALL_UENV22ARIES)

Primary Supervisor - Dr Rob Hall. Secondary Supervisor - Dr Mike Clare (National Oceanography Centre, Ocean BioGeosciences). Supervisory Team - Dr Furu Mienis (Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Department of Ocean Systems), Dr Dorothee Bakker (UEA, ENV). 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

Understanding changes in temperature persistence under global warming

A fully-funded PhD studentship is available in the physics of climate change. The project will focus on changes in surface temperature “persistence” - or “memory” under climate change. Read more

SCENARIO: Toward next generation sea ice models: taking the rough with the smooth? (ref: SC2022_01)

Sea ice, formed from the freezing of ocean water, covers a large fraction of the polar oceans and plays a central role in the climate system, moderating air-ocean transfers of heat, moisture and momentum, and moderating global patterns of atmospheric and oceanic circulation. Read more

Improving the utility of ocean colour satellites in marine systems science

Ocean colour satellites have revolutionised our capacity to characterise surface ocean ecosystems and biogeochemistry, allowing continuous global observation that would be impossible from any other platform. Read more

Predicting the Long-Term Changes in Earth's Magnetic Field

Earth's core has generated a magnetic field for billions of years; however, the nature of that field has varied considerably through time for reasons that are still poorly understood. Read more

The Atmospheric Dynamics of Tropical Expansion. EMPS College Home fees Studentship, PhD in Mathematics.

Location. Department of Mathematics, Streatham Campus, Devon, University of Exeter. The University of Exeter’s College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences is inviting applications for a fully-funded PhD studentship to commence in January 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. Read more

Leaky Ocean Eddies (ZHAI_UENV22ARIES)

Scientific background. Mesoscale eddies are ubiquitous and most energetic features of the global ocean circulation. They play a key role in transporting and redistributing climatically important properties such as mass, heat, carbon and nutrients. Read more

Extreme weather in the tropics (MATTHEWS_UENV22ARIES)

Primary Supervisor - Professor Adrian Matthews. Secondary Supervisor - Dr Ben Webber (ENV, UEA). Supervisory Team - Dr Juliane Schwendike (School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds. Read more

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