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Climate, water and society in arid regions: from ancient civilizations to the Anthropocene

The largest region of arid climate stretches from North Africa, across the Middle East and into Central Asia. In these regions, water availability is an important restriction and yet this is where the first cities, first kingdoms and first empires rose and fell. Read more

QUADRAT DTP: Enhancing low-cost hydrogeological monitoring with ambient seismic noise

A 20-30% increase in global demand of water is expected by 2050 and therefore a comprehensive understanding of groundwater dynamics is essential to achieve and manage a sustained water supply. Read more

NERC Panorama DTP - Remote sensing soil processes and health for improved Carbon sequestration (ReSSPHICS)

Overview. AIM. Soils are a key component of terrestrial ecosystems and provide multiple ecosystem services to humans, including the provision of food from agriculture. Soil organic carbon (SOC) loss due to intensive agricultural practices, and climate change is a major threat to global food security. Read more

QUADRAT DTP: Mapping and measuring glacier mass balance: developing a best practice approach for understanding glacier change

Understanding the current and future “health” of glaciers and icecaps globally is an important scientific goal in our warming climate as they are contributors to sea level rise, provide water resources in many countries. Read more

QUADRAT DTP: Supraglacial ponding in the Indian Himalaya: a population-scale spatiotemporal analysis

Runoff from the Himalayan glaciers serves as a vital freshwater resource for one of the most populated regions globally. Majority of these glaciers are heavily debris-covered and the debris-covered parts display associated supraglacial ponds (SGPs) whose hydrological buffering roles remain unconstrained1. Read more

QUADRAT DTP: How much of the wildfire record are we seeing in the fossil record?

One of the consequences of recent climate change and human disturbance is that grassland, heath, peatland and forest ecosystems are now becoming more fire prone due to higher summer temperatures and reduced precipitation which creates a water deficit. Read more

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