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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

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

Hybridization and climate change in Alpine Orchids (BYERS_UJIC22ARIES)

Scientific background – Hybrid populations of orchids in the European Alps produce a “natural laboratory” that enables us to study adaptive evolution in response to rapid environmental change. Read more

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Livestock and Reduction of Meat Consumption

The Natural Resources Institute of the University of Greenwich is seeking a PhD student researcher for a highly interdisciplinary project on climate change, meat, and the ways in which scientific knowledge circulates. Read more

Understanding the mechanistic basis of crop yield reductions in warm winters (PENFIELD_J22DTP)

In the UK and Europe high yielding arable crops are sown in autumn and flower the following spring. During winter they require chilling to promote flowering and also during flower development to promote high fertility. Read more

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