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University of Liverpool Environmental Science PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Bypass to deposition: Architecture and processes in deep-water turbidite transition zones
  Dr C Stevenson, Dr I Kane, Dr R Jerrett, Dr M Poyatos More
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Deep-water turbidite systems have transition zones where flows change their behaviour from bypassing to depositional, often associated with a break in slope and a distinct change in architecture from channels into lobes (i.e.
  Copper speciation and its impact on iron cycling
  Dr P Salaun, Dr A Tagliabue
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Motivation and wider context. Copper is a micronutrient required in a number of cellular processes that are key for phytoplankton growth [1].
  Dehydrating on a Greek island: corundum formation in relation to fluid flow and deformation on Naxos
  Prof J Wheeler, Dr E Mariani, Dr J Urai
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Introduction. Dehydration reactions are fundamental to how the Earth works, and how H2O is carried around bound into minerals. During dehydration, bound H2O is given off in reactions which are often complex and involve a number of minerals.
  Physical drivers of plankton variability in a shelf sea
  Prof J Sharples, Dr C Mahaffey, Dr J Hopkins, Dr J Polton
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Introduction. The phytoplankton, microscopic single-celled plants that drift with the ocean currents, play two key roles in the ocean.
  Resolving the frequency of mass movement events with new luminescence dating techniques
  Dr R Smedley, Dr E Mariani, Dr S Dunning, Dr J-P Buylaert
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Introduction. Luminescence dating is a geochronological technique important for reconstructing past environments on Earth over the last million years (see Smedley, 2018 for details).
  Computational Efficiency and Better Understanding of River Deltas Using Lattice Botlzmann Method
  Dr N Leonardi
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
River deltas are home to half a billion of people, are among the most productive ecosystem on earth, and constitute the main food source for many nations.
  Modelling movement of large sediment in river flows
  Prof J Hooke, Dr J Cooper
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Motivation and wider context. In high magnitude flood events very large particles, including boulders and large pieces of masonry can be carried, especially in ephemerally-flowing channels of dry climates.
  Reducing the environmental impact of controlling invasive rodent pests
  Prof JL Hurst, Prof P Stockley
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Background. Rodents play important roles in many ecosystems, influencing habitat structure and plant diversity, and providing an important food source for many predators.
  Smarter habitat restoration in harmony with species reintroductions – testing solutions for the Chequered Skipper
  Dr J Hodgson, Dr I J Saccheri
Application Deadline: 19 December 2018
Note short deadline - apply now for a great opportunity to inform species recovery while developing quantitative skills!. Habitat loss and degradation remain major threats to species around the world, yet habitat restoration is also enjoying significant success in places.
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