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Earth Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Cambridge

We have 51 Earth Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Cambridge

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Cambridge C-CLEAR NERC DTP PhD Studentships

The Cambridge Climate Life and Earth (C-CLEAR) NERC DTP provides PhD training across NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) remit science. Read more

Cambridge C-CLEAR NERC DTP PhD Studentships

The Cambridge Climate Life and Earth (C-CLEAR) NERC DTP provides PhD training across NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) remit science. Read more

Drivers of extreme high temperature events over coastal Antarctica

Overview. Climatic conditions of Antarctica range from the relatively warm maritime northern section of the Antarctic Peninsula to the frigid high plateau of East Antarctica. Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in the Application of Artificial Intelligence to the study of Environmental Risks (AI4ER)

Embedded in the outstanding research environments of the University of Cambridge and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), the AI4ER Programme addresses problems that are relevant to building resilience to environmental hazards and managing environmental change. Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in the Application of Artificial Intelligence to the study of Environmental Risks (AI4ER)

Embedded in the outstanding research environments of the University of Cambridge and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), the AI4ER Programme addresses problems that are relevant to building resilience to environmental hazards and managing environmental change. Read more

Characterisation of 3D liver models for discovery toxicology and pathology

Human cells endure a lifetime of exposure to endogenous and exogenous toxicants. For example, the gastrointestinal tract, including the liver, is exposed to a vast array of dietary metabolites, drugs, and other xenobiotics, as well as commensal and pathogenic organisms. Read more

Autonomous Reef Monitoring Structures: Evaluating Biodiversity in polar areas (Antarctica and Arctic)

Overview. This project aims to describe marine benthic encrusting biodiversity in the polar and cold temperate regions and understand how such biodiversity has changed over time using ARMS (Autonomous Reef Monitoring Structures), related settlement panel technologies and eDNA. Read more

Interaction between gelatinous zooplankton and microplastics in the Southern Ocean

Project Rationale. The occurrence of plastic pollution in the Southern Ocean has been proven in almost all environmental compartments (1) which highlights this region is not as isolated from the rest of the world as previously considered. . Read more

Resolving Antarctic meltwater events in Southern Ocean marine sediments and exploring their significance using climate models

Project Rationale. The principal aim of this project is to better understand the role of the Antarctic ice sheet in global sea level and rapid climate change by reconstructing Antarctic glacial discharge and modelling the impact of these freshwater fluxes on ocean circulation and climate. Read more

Time controls on mixing of heat around melting ice in the West Antarctic

Project Rationale. The West Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) is a highly dynamic region that has undergone significant changes in atmospheric temperature, sea ice and glacial ice over the past 40 years. Read more

The role of stratosphere-troposphere coupling on North Atlantic air-sea interactions

Project Rationale. Lu et al. (2021) has developed a new index based on Ertel’s potential vorticity in the upper stratosphere. They show that the early winter conditions in the upper stratosphere play a key role in processing disturbances from the troposphere and then transmitting the signals back to the surface. Read more

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