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Latest Hydrology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 47 Latest Hydrology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Aquatic emissions of carbon dioxide and methane and their controls using land, water and airborne measurements.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic research team from the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and the University of Edinburgh to investigate what controls greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from aquatic systems. Read more

University of Bath URSA project: Impact of extreme weather on coal landslide hazards

This project is one of a number that are in competition for funding from the. University of Bath URSA competition. Project. Wales has been subject to a number of coal tip landslides over recent years, the biggest of which occurred at Tylorstown when 60,000 tonnes of material failed following Storm Dennis. Read more

Stability of marine basins in the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet from remote sensing

Introduction and Aim. This project will assess the current and future stability of marine ice-sheet basins that collectively underlie Ellsworth Land, the region that connects the West Antarctic and Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheets. Read more

Building flood resilience via effective communication

This research will consider a crucial element of disaster risk, our resilience, specifically our resilience to flood disasters. Flooding is a prominent and dangerous challenge to many communities, and one of the main challenges that the UK faces because of the changing climate (DEFRA, 2015). Read more

Animal Residues in Stream Environments (ARISE): assessing the scale and sources of faecal contamination in the aquatic environment

Only 16% of rivers in the UK have good ecological state, with little to no improvement since 2016. Furthermore, discharge from storm overflows has been increasing since 2016 with concurrent increases in sewage pollution due to increases in rainfall intensity and reliance on combined sewerage in the UK. Read more

IoT enabled Smart Systems for Flood Management

Teesside University. Centre for Culture and Creativity. We are pleased to invite UK, EU and international applications for a fully-funded PhD studentship in the topic of IoT enabled Smart Systems for Flood Management from Teesside University’s. Read more

EPSRC DTP PhD project: The prevalence and persistence of antibiotic resistance plasmids in wastewater

The University of Bath is inviting applications for the following PhD project commencing in October 2023. Eligible applicants will be considered for a fully-funded studentship – for more information, see the Funding Notes section below. Read more

Understanding below ground controls on drought-induced mortality of tropical trees

Project summary. Tropical forests play a wide range of beneficial roles for humans including regional climate moderation, carbon capture, clean water provision and, possibly most importantly, preserving an immense richness of biodiversity. Read more

Computational modelling and risk assessment of heavy rainfall impacts on transport infrastructure

Description of the project. This highly exciting project help to address one of the most challenging engineering problems – adapting to climate change, and help the student to learning highly sought-after skills and knowledge for a wide range of career paths. Read more

Grass half full? Adapting the hydrological management of grazed lowland peatlands to balance climate change mitigation with agriculture.

Project background. Over 10% of the UK’s land surface is covered by peat, representing the country’s largest carbon store. Much of this land has now been modified by drainage to support grazing, crop cultivation and forestry, as a result of which peatlands are believed to emit over 18 Mt CO. Read more

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