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Newcastle University, Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 53 Newcastle University, Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 53 Newcastle University, Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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OP2366 How do we manage too wet and too dry? Will increased drought and drier land combined with higher rainfall intensities change flood and water quality hazards?

NERC ONE Planet DTP. Against a backdrop of increasing hydroclimatic variability with global warming, drought conditions are projected to become more common in summer months alongside increases in short-duration intense rainfall events that commonly cause flash-flooding and an extension of the convective season. Read more

OP2364 Connecting people to the ocean and monitoring climate change through marine recreation

NERC ONE Planet DTP. Long term observations of ocean temperature are essential for our understanding of trends caused by climate change1 , but there is a shortage of depth-resolved temperature data, especially in coastal areas. Read more

OP2363 How can the planning system deliver effective and socially just climate change policy and developments?

NERC ONE Planet DTP. This PhD fills a significant research gap at the science-policy-practice nexus dealing with the planning development pipeline incorporating the EVIDENCE-ASSESS-PLAN - DELIVER stages with particular reference to mitigating and adapting to climate change and equity. Read more

OP2354 Exploring the health and environmental drivers of coral reef bright spots

NERC ONE Planet DTP. Coral reefs are biodiversity hotspots that provide key societal benefits to millions of people living in tropical coastal communities (Costanza et al., 2014, Glob. Read more

OP2352 Investigating the bi-directional impacts of dredging on seagrass restoration in the River Tees estuary

NERC ONE Planet DTP. Dredging of the River Tees for the Teesside enterprise zone (freeport) has been linked with a series of mass marine mortalities (crustaceans, molluscs and echinoderms), with growing evidence of impacts at all levels of the marine food web. Read more

OP2346 Glacial Impact on Earth’s Chemical Cycling and Climate

NERC ONE Planet DTP. The project aims to understand the impact of subglacial geochemical processes on global chemical cycling and how these impacts will change in an increasingly deglaciating world. Read more

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