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  How do Environment, Ecology and Evolution Regulate the Self-Assembly of Marine Plankton Communities?
  Dr B Ward
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019

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Recent global surveys have unveiled enormous levels of diversity in marine microbial communities, with molecular analysis suggesting the existence of up 150,000 genera of marine eukaryotes in the photic layer of the ocean alone (1).
  Sustainable Marine Ecosystems and Offshore Energy: A Bayesian Modelling Approach
  Dr B E Scott, Dr N D Trifonova, Dr J H Hartley
Application Deadline: 12 July 2019

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To avoid catastrophic climate change the world needs to switch to renewable energy. This will require the placement and operation of very large offshore windfarms (fixed and floating) as well as tidal stream, lagoons and wave energy developments.
  Taking 20th Century drinking water treatment assets into the 21st Century
  Dr P Jarvis, Prof B Jefferson
Application Deadline: 28 July 2019

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This exciting fully funded PhD, with an enhanced stipend of £19,000 per annum and working in collaboration with Thames Water, will research the means of delivering effective drinking water well into the future against a backdrop of significant challenge.
  Autonomous Systems for Offshore Wind O&M – Strategies, Guidelines, and Tools, Renewable Energy – PhD (Funded)
  Dr A Pillai, Dr L Johanning
Application Deadline: 17 July 2019

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The studentship will be awarded on the basis of merit for 4 years of full-time study to commence in September 2019 with at least three months to be spent working in the offices of the industrial sponsor.
  CMEES-ECC-427: Morphological evolution of tidal inlets: past, present, future. Case study of Portsmouth, Langstone and Chichester Harbour inlets.
  Research Group: Energy and Climate Change
  Prof R. Nicholls
Application Deadline: 31 July 2019

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Predicting the evolution of coastal morphology is an important aspect of coastal engineering, because of its implications for safety, environment and economy.
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