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University of Exeter, Department of Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 5 University of Exeter, Department of Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 5 University of Exeter, Department of Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Understanding the materiality of biodiversity tipping points and using it to enable positive action in the boardroom. NERC RENEW PhD Studentship 2022/23

General Information. The ‘Renewing biodiversity through a people-in-nature approach’ (RENEW) project will work with landowners, businesses, and communities to restore woodlands, wetlands and farmland across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Read more
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Understanding the role of soil legacy effects in successfully restoring native vegetation in Brazil’s tropical savannas, Geography – PhD (Funded)

Background. Pastures account for 21.5% of Brazil’s 8.5 million km2 territory. However, 54% of these are moderately or severely degraded and only being used to support very few animals, thus producing limited economic output, whilst also having very limited biodiversity and carbon storage value. Read more
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Understanding the role of native plants in restoring pastures in Brazil’s tropical savannas, Geography – PhD (Funded)

Background. Pastures account for 21.5% of Brazil’s 8.5 million km2 territory. However, 54% of these are moderately or severely degraded and only being used to support very few animals, thus producing limited economic output, whilst also having very limited biodiversity and carbon storage value. Read more
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Understanding how native legume trees can help maintain pasture productivity and prevent agricultural expansion into the Amazon, Geography – PhD (Funded)

Background. Pastures account for 21.5% of Brazil’s 8.5 million km2 territory. However, 54% of these are moderately or severely degraded and only being used to support very few animals, thus producing limited economic output, whilst also having very limited biodiversity and carbon storage value. Read more
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