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We have 31 Oceanography (coastal) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Probabilistic assessment of exposure to coastal hazards at nuclear power station development sites in the UK

Project Rationale. Nuclear power remains essential to the UK’s energy security and is seen by government as a cost-competitive, low carbon component of the UK’s current and future energy mix, with new nuclear power stations currently under construction along the coast, and more planned to replace aging reactors. Read more

Contaminant behaviour during seawater attack on legacy coastal wastes.

The UK has a large legacy of waste disposal from both industrial and municipal sources. In the past much of this was disposed of with little thought about any potential environmental impacts, therefore these wastes can release contaminants into the surrounding environments. Read more

Modelling compound (combined fluvial, pluvial) and coastal flood inundation on large spatial scales

Project Rationale. Floods are the most dangerous and costly natural hazard. From 1980 to 2013, floods accounted for more than $1 trillion in losses and resulted in at least 220,000 fatalities globally. Read more

Autonomous technologies and the marine carbon cycle: Impacts of coastal processes on ocean acidification and blue carbon. NERC GW4+ DTP PhD studentship for 2022 Entry, PhD in Biosciences.

Project Background. Recent environmental and climate initiatives such as ‘habitat restoration’ and ‘Blue Carbon’ aim to increase local biodiversity, support carbon removal from the atmosphere, and alleviate the impacts of stressors such as ocean acidification and deoxygenation. Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: History and impacts of microplastic pollution in UK salt marshes

Lead Supervisor. Prof Roland Gehrels (University of York Department of Environment and Geography). Co-supervisor. Annette Burden (CEH), Dr Brett Sallach (University of York Department of Chemistry), Dr R Kroeger (University of York Department of Physics ). Read more

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