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We have 18 Climatology & Climate Change (operational research) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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PhD in Geographical and Earth Sciences: Scaling up Greening the Grey and Eco-engineering Science through partnership with coastal infrastructure asset managers: creating co-benefits for science and operational practice

Do you want to do cutting edge research that is also useful for improving ecosystem services in our coastal cities and towns? Are you interested in using marine ecology and coastal geomorphology science to enhance ecosystem services on coastal engineering assets? If yes, this project will hopefully excite and appeal to you!. Read more

SCENARIO: Quantifying UK hydroclimatic variability on centennial timescales (ref. SC2022_26)

Water resources management systems have evolved to accommodate the range of hydrological variability experienced over decades – typically, the period from the 1960s/1970s, which is when most UK river flow records commenced. Read more

High Resolution Thermal Imaging Data for Earth Observation Research and Services

Project Highlights. Develop new algorithm approaches to transform thermal satellite remote sensing. Confront the challenge of big data to explore changes in the temperature and composition of the Earth’s surface. Read more

SCENARIO: Trapped lee waves as a source of low-level drag on the atmosphere (SC2022_07)

Atmospheric models used for numerical weather prediction and climate projections have significant uncertainties in their representation of small-scale processes that contribute to errors in the modelled atmospheric circulation. Read more

Enhancing urban flood resilience with innovative digital design technologies (OP2219)

In England, 3.2 million households are located in areas at risks of urban flooding, with annual damages exceeding £300 million. Due to the extreme environmental conditions, unprecedented downpours across the country in recent years further increases the flooding events on URN. Read more

SCENARIO: Opening the stratospheric windows of opportunity for sub-seasonal forecasts (SC2022_06)

Traditionally, the quality of weather forecasts is assessed on the basis of their average skill over all issued forecasts. As forecasters seek to make forecasts at increasingly longer ranges, into the so-called sub-seasonal timescale, it is increasingly clear that a different approach is needed. Read more

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