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  Planning and Environment PhD opportunities

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Change lives and shape futures with a PhD in Planning and Environmental Management. Our research concerns the development of the communities and places in which we live and work.
  New working spaces, migration and regional regeneration
  Prof P Tomlinson, Dr M Barzotto
Application Deadline: 20 January 2020

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The University of Bath is inviting applications for the following PhD project based in the School of Management under the supervision of Professor Phil Tomlinson (https://researchportal.bath.ac.uk/en/persons/phil-tomlinson) and Dr Mariachiara Barzotto.
  Financing Clean Air: the potential of Land Value Capture (LVC) to secure sustainable urban development supporting air quality enhancement
  Mr J Sik Kim, Dr HC Chung
Applications accepted all year round

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Poor urban air quality is a threat to human life, a detrimental impact on quality of life and potentially hindering economic growth.
  Place Leadership in Northern England: Changing Regimes (SF19/LHRM/SHUTT2)
  Prof J Shutt, Prof J Liddle
Applications accepted all year round

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A new level of regional governance has been introduced into the UK since 2014 with the introduction of the Northern Powerhouse, the West Midlands Engine, and the Oxford Cambridge Corridor and the Western Powerhouse.
  E4 DTP - Valuing Ecosystem Services produced by the Colombian Páramos
  Prof D Moran
Application Deadline: 9 January 2020

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The Páramos are tropical mountain wetlands found between 3000m and 4500m of elevation in the Andes. Known for their extreme water storage and regulation, they generate high and sustained base flows crucial for water provisioning to farmland, settlements and cities (e.g.
  TINDER - Transport Infrastructure Networks in a Dynamic climate: Evaluating Resilience
  Dr T Dijkstra, Dr X Xia, Dr M Quddus
Application Deadline: 10 January 2020

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Reference number. CENTA20-LU4. Start date. 1 October 2020. Closing date. 10 January 2020. Interview date. w/c 3 February 2020. Loughborough University is a top-ten rated university in England for research intensity (REF2014).
  NERC GW4+ DTP Projects 2020: (Changing Planet) Modelling coupled human-water systems: Characterising human-water interactions and their impacts on future water scarcity
  Dr G Coxon
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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By 2050, it is projected that England will be facing severe water supply shortages due to climate change and increasing demand from growing populations and societal development.
  The effects of high-speed rail on innovation and developing inter-connected high-tech science landscape in Taiwan
  Dr C Chen, Dr O Sykes, Dr C Wong, Dr C Li
Application Deadline: 31 December 2019

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This PhD research project aims to examine the impacts of high-speed rail (hereafter HSR) on facilitating innovation and unpack the phenomenal clustering of knowledge spill-over across high-tech and knowledge-intensive activities and actors in Taiwan.
  Taking the escalator to extinction: Understanding the role of rapid forest expansion in driving hotspots of extinction risk for endemic species in Taiwan
  Prof A Jump, Prof D Donoghue, Dr J C Chen
Application Deadline: 10 January 2020

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Despite an abundance of data quantifying and predicting the response of forest distribution to ongoing climatic changes in temperate and boreal regions, there is a near absence of data, and hence little understanding, of how tropical mountain systems will respond to climate change(1).
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