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Ecology & Conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 309 Ecology & Conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Variation in ageing rates in the wild

  Research Group: Institute of Evolutionary Biology
Ageing is one of the most variable and complex of biological processes and understanding the drivers of variation in the onset and rate of ageing among individuals is an urgent research priority. Read more

ACCE DTP fully funded studentship - The form, function and vulnerability of urban trees under future climate change

This PhD project will use a state-of-the-art instrumented tree sensor network (the Urban Tree Observatory) coupled with leaf level photosynthesis and reflectance spectroscopy measurements to improve our understanding of the structure, function and health of the urban treescape in Sheffield, UK. Read more

The effects of stressful environments on ageing in burying beetles

  Research Group: Institute of Evolutionary Biology
Senescence is associated with a gradual deterioration of health and function in humans, other animals, and plants. Ageing can be environmentally plastic, and various evolutionary and physiological arguments have been made to suggest that environments that are more harsh should cause faster rates of ageing. Read more

Envision NERC DTP

The Envision Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) brings together a group of UK researchers with industry and non-governmental organisation (NGO) partners to train a new generation of environmental scientists in the skills, knowledge and experience essential for solving the challenges of a changing world. Read more

Envision NERC DTP

The Envision Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) brings together a group of UK researchers with industry and non-governmental organisation (NGO) partners to train a new generation of environmental scientists in the skills, knowledge and experience essential for solving the challenges of a changing world. Read more

Envision NERC DTP

The Envision Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) brings together a group of UK researchers with industry and non-governmental organisation (NGO) partners to train a new generation of environmental scientists in the skills, knowledge and experience essential for solving the challenges of a changing world. Read more

Envision NERC DTP

The Envision Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) brings together a group of UK researchers with industry and non-governmental organisation (NGO) partners to train a new generation of environmental scientists in the skills, knowledge and experience essential for solving the challenges of a changing world. Read more

Envision NERC DTP

The Envision Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) brings together a group of UK researchers with industry and non-governmental organisation (NGO) partners to train a new generation of environmental scientists in the skills, knowledge and experience essential for solving the challenges of a changing world. Read more

Envision NERC DTP

The Envision Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) brings together a group of UK researchers with industry and non-governmental organisation (NGO) partners to train a new generation of environmental scientists in the skills, knowledge and experience essential for solving the challenges of a changing world. Read more

MYCORRHIZAL ADAPTATIONS TO ARIDITY AND DROUGHT IN AUSTRALIAN ENVIRONMENTS

The majority of plant species form partnerships with mycorrhizal fungi that exhibit diverse life histories, with evidence that this diversity drives ecosystem functioning in a variety of ecosystem types. Read more

ACCE DTP fully funded studentship - Earthworms as ploughs and bioreactors: optimising management for sustainable soils

Earthworms are ecosystem engineers; burrowing significantly impacts soil causing substantial particle movement, influencing soil physical properties and affecting many soil ecosystem services including food production, water retention and carbon storage. Read more

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