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We have 126 Oceanography PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 126 Oceanography PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Interaction between gelatinous zooplankton and microplastics in the Southern Ocean

Project Rationale. The occurrence of plastic pollution in the Southern Ocean has been proven in almost all environmental compartments (1) which highlights this region is not as isolated from the rest of the world as previously considered. . Read more

Time controls on mixing of heat around melting ice in the West Antarctic

Project Rationale. The West Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) is a highly dynamic region that has undergone significant changes in atmospheric temperature, sea ice and glacial ice over the past 40 years. Read more

Abrupt sea ice loss in the Arctic: Tipping points in warm and cold climates

Brief summary: . The concept of Tipping Points largely defines the current climate emergency. In this project you will use the current state-of-the-art UK climate model to investigate when Arctic sea ice tipping points last occurred. Read more

Isotopic approaches to unravelling export and recycling processes in the Southern Ocean

Brief summary: . This project aims to understand the potential impact of increase in iron input in the Southern Ocean, as consequence of ice retreat, using an isotopic geochemistry approach. Read more

Regional investigation of extinction-recovery patterns during the Toarcian (Lower Jurassic) hyperthermal event

The Toarcian Stage of the Lower Jurassic marks a period of extreme environmental perturbations, including changes to the global carbon cycle, rapid warming to ‘hyperthermal’ conditions, and increased continental weathering and run-off. Read more

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