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Geography (hydrology) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 41 Geography (hydrology) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Water-table management in lowland agricultural peatlands for climate change mitigation

Project overview. Peatlands are carbon-rich wetlands that occupy just three per cent of the world’s land surface area (12% in the UK) but store a similar amount of carbon to all terrestrial vegetation, as well as supporting unique biodiversity. Read more

Smart Rivers: Using sensor networks to understand carbon cycling in regulated rivers

Project outline. Rivers play a fundamental role in transporting terrestrial carbon into the world’s oceans where it is sequestered, thereby reducing the release of greenhouse gases (GHG; e.g. Read more

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

SCENARIO: Quantifying UK hydroclimatic variability on centennial timescales (ref. SC2022_26)

Water resources management systems have evolved to accommodate the range of hydrological variability experienced over decades – typically, the period from the 1960s/1970s, which is when most UK river flow records commenced. Read more

Impact of climate change and deglaciation on Glacier Lake Outburst Flood hazards in Lunana, Bhutan (OP2241)

The Himalayas are rapidly deglaciating due to climate change:this threatens the water security of ~1 billion people downstream and increases the risk of natural hazards, whilst rapid growth of downstream populations and infrastructure increases vulnerability (Immerzeel et al., 2020). Read more

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