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Ecotoxicology & Pollution (hydrology) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Exciting and innovative PhDs in Earth, Environmental and Life Sciences fully funded for 3.5 years

Applications for PhDs starting Autumn 2022 are now open!. We are now accepting applications for PhD projects commencing Autumn 2022 covering the full breadth of Earth, Environmental, Geographic and Life Sciences. Read more

Moths in the Margins: Developing and Testing Tools to Determine the Protection Provided by Agricultural Field Margins

PhD opportunity based at the UK Centre for Ecology Lancaster with degree award from Cardiff University. This project will address the real-world challenge of optimising the effectiveness of pesticide-impact mitigation strategies in the field. Read more

Understanding the role of nitrogen speciation in controlling the biodiversity of freshwater algal communities

The project. Freshwater ecosystems and the biodiversity they contain are among the most threatened ecosystems globally. Nutrient pollution via excessive inputs of nitrogen and phosphorus is perhaps the most significant pressure acting on these ecosystems. Read more

Developing methods to quantify the potential for greenhouse gas removal using bioenergy - carbon capture and storage to speed up the establishment and uptake of perennial Bio-energy crops.

Background. Crop yield and soil carbon turnover models are parameterized by using data from carefully controlled and measured field and lab experiments and when used spatially in predictive mode are driven by existing spatial data sets of weather, climate, soil types and land use at various scales. Read more

Stream synchrony: understanding the synchrony of nutrients, pollution, and water in river ecosystems

Rivers convey and transform the water, nutrients and pollutants they receive from the landscape. High concentrations of nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus may act as pollutants, damaging freshwater and estuary ecosystems through processes such as eutrophication. Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: History and impacts of microplastic pollution in UK salt marshes

Lead Supervisor. Prof Roland Gehrels (University of York Department of Environment and Geography). Co-supervisor. Annette Burden (CEH), Dr Brett Sallach (University of York Department of Chemistry), Dr R Kroeger (University of York Department of Physics ). Read more

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