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PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Durham

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  Impacts of disturbance on red deer
  Dr P Stephens
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Red deer are important both ecologically and economically. In Scotland, they are a tourist attraction but are also the focus for deer stalking which generates both income and jobs.
  Signalling Dynamics in Epithelial Stem Cells
  Dr D Doupé
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
The epithelia that cover and line our organs are constantly turned over throughout adult life, as cells are lost from the surface and replaced by the proliferation of stem cells.
  Modelling and Mapping Flood Hazards in Data Poor Environments: the case of Nepal
  Dr S Reaney
Application Deadline: 20 December 2018
We invite applicants for a fully-funded PhD project “Modelling and Mapping Flood Hazards in Data Poor Environments. the case of Nepal” led by Dr Sim.
  Measuring the seasonally changing condition of ungulates in temperate and semi-desert environments
  Dr S G Willis, Dr P Stephens
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Background. The body condition of individuals is a major determinant of which animals breed in a population, and of the likelihood of a population thriving or declining, yet studies on condition in wild species are rare.
  Climate change and Arctic wildlife: consequences for human-wildlife interactions & ecosystem services
  Dr S G Willis, Dr S Street, Dr A Lehikoinen
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Background. The Arctic environment is rapidly changing, with impacts on Arctic livelihoods associated with the natural world being poorly understood.
  Biodiversity’s contribution to future ecosystem service provision under global climate change
  Dr S G Willis, Dr D Hole, Prof M Whittingham
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Background. The world’s biodiversity is in crisis, and continuing habitat loss and degradation, combined with ongoing climate change will mean species are increasingly threatened in future.
  Climate impacts on terrestrial nomadic birds of the Australian interior
  Dr S G Willis, Dr R Fuller
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Background. Australia experienced during 2010-11 rainfall of a scale and intensity that was unprecedented in recorded history, driven by the strongest La Niňa weather pattern since 1917.
  Predicting risk and planning mitigation against regional impact from climate change on populations of Arctic char (Salvelinus alpines)
  Prof AR Hoelzel, Dr E McClymont
Application Deadline: 12 January 2019
Arctic char have a circumpolar distribution in high boreal, alpine and arctic habitats in the Northern Hemisphere. Many southern populations are stationary in freshwater habitats, but some especially in the north are anadromous (moving between marine and freshwater habitats).
  Phylogeography of European ungulates from the last interglacial period and their subsequent evolution
  Prof AR Hoelzel
Application Deadline: 12 January 2019
This study will use next generation sequencing methods to explore the genetic diversity of deer and other ungulates from the Eemian interglacial period, ~120,000 years ago.
  Next generation conservation genetics at sea: detecting and conserving adaptive potential
  Prof AR Hoelzel, Prof OE Gaggiotti
Application Deadline: 12 January 2019
Background. Kelp forests are amongst the world’s most productive and extensive habitats, rivalling the productivity of tropical rainforests.
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