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Latest Environmental Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 17 Latest Environmental Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 17 Latest Environmental Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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PhD in Geographical and Earth Sciences – The hydroecology of glacial demise

This project will focus on modelling the ecological impact of glacial melt. Climate warming is melting glaciers at unprecedented rates, however the ecological consequences of this are largely unknown. Read more

Seaweed farming in Europe: appraisal and quantification of ecosystem services

The big picture. If a biobased industry using seaweed cultivation is to be developed and significantly upscaled, then there is a need to ensure that industry meets multiple criteria for environmental sustainability. Read more

Winter in the city - effects of urbanization and anthropogenic feeding on a temperate zone hibernator

We are looking for a strong candidate interested in doing a PhD on how hibernators cope in urban habitats. We are currently observing a rapid decline in biodiversity across the world, with urbanization among the main drivers of species loss, but we are yet to fully understand its effects on animal survival and health. Read more

Black soldier fly in animal nutrition: the key to a circular food system (fully funded PhD project)

Project Description. Please note this project is only open to applicants who qualify for Home (UK) student fees. Background. A growing human population combined with rising living standards across the globe, will no doubt continue to increase the demand for animal-derived products [1]. Read more

The role of the atmosphere in shaping and sustaining microbial communities on glaciers

  Research Group: Earth Surface Science
Supervisors. James Bradley, Queen Mary University of London, UK. Anne Jungblut, Natural History Museum, UK. Co-supervisors. Chris Greening, Monash University, Australia. Read more

Understanding radionuclide behaviour at the plant-soil interface to direct bioremediation strategies for contaminated land

This PhD project will use plant biology, microbiology, soil geochemistry, and radiochemistry approaches to investigate the role that plants and associated microorganisms can play in managing and potentially decontaminating radioactive contaminated land, such as by ‘phytoremediation’. Read more

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