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SCENARIO: Coatings of Anammox Bacteria for Nitrogen Removal from Contaminated Water (Ref. SC2022_31)

Nitrogen, in the forms of ammonium and nitrates ions, is a serious problem in the UK and elsewhere in water being discharged into the environment because it can harm aquatic ecology and detrimentally affect human health. Read more

SCENARIO: Evaluating the ability of human communities and environmental systems to adapt and recover to Late Holocene climate change in the Peruvian Andes (ref. SC2022_14)

During the Late Holocene (last 4250 years), past climatic reconstructions from Peruvian archives (ice, marine, speleothems and lakes) have provided high-resolution records of precipitation and temperature changes, which reflect the varying influences of the Intertropical Convergence Zone, South American Summer Monsoon and El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO). 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

Evaluating climate impacts of land-use change over the Amazon

This project will improve predictions of the impacts of Amazon deforestation on local and regional climate. Deforestation in the Amazon causes large changes to the land surface, disrupting land-atmosphere interactions, warming the local climate and reducing regional rainfall (. 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

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