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Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 78 Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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KESS 2 East Master of Research Scholarship : Evaluating the potential for greenhouse gas reduction from a commercial beef supply chain

Project ID: BUK2E082. Annual Stipend: £11,937. Application Deadline: 26 October 2022. This studentship will provide a comprehensive insight into one of the most pressing issues and research questions of our time: how to improve the sustainability of food production systems. Read more

KESS 2 East Research Masters Scholarship: Legacy phosphorus from biosolids application to land

Project ID: BUK2E080. Annual Stipend: £11,937 p.a. Application Deadline: 26 October 2022. Applications are invited for this one-year fully-funded Masters by Research (MRes) at Bangor University looking at sustainable phosphorus cycling in agriculture. Read more

Optimising water table management on carbon rich soils

We are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated student for a 4-year PhD that will focus on the hydrological impact of rewetting works on organic soils to establish best practice in water table management and quantify impacts at field scale. Read more

Modelling the Upper Atmosphere for Space Weather

Comprehensive, global and timely specifications of the Earth’s upper atmosphere are required to ensure the effective operation, planning and management of a range of systems impacted by space weather. Read more

Statistics for Space Weather

Space weather events can negatively effect satellites, the electricity grid, satellite navigation systems and human health. Such consequences have caused space weather to be added to the UK (amongst other nations) National Risk Register. Read more

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