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

Microplastics have been observed around the world in marine, coastal, freshwater and estuarine environments. Microplastics are taken up by organisms and transferred up the food chain which has implications for the health of coastal ecosystems. Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: Examining biodiversity benefits of UK treescapes

Background. Commitments to reduce carbon emissions to reach net-zero have raised awareness of nature-based solutions provided by trees, and UK treescapes are key to helping the UK government reach its carbon targets and support biodiversity recovery. Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: Ants as ecosystem engineers: using ants to promote biodiversity

We are looking for an enthusiastic and ambitious student to develop an exciting project using field experiments to quantify the relationship between meadow ants and management regimes, and how these together affect biodiversity and soil function. Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: Bet-hedging plants: Resilience of plant populations to fluctuating temperatures under climate change

This project is ideal for (i) a student with a biology or ecology background with some programming experience and an interest in modelling or (ii) a student with a maths, physics or computer science background who is interested in learning how to perform plant biology experiments. Read more

Greenness versus greyness: greenspaces in and around cities for hazard mitigation and resilience

The overarching aim of this proposal is to increase our resilience to geo- and climatic hazards by assessing the current state and identifying the future potential of greenspaces in and around cities in the Global South to better inform future urban expansion. Read more

Leaky Ocean Eddies (ZHAI_UENV22ARIES)

Scientific background. Mesoscale eddies are ubiquitous and most energetic features of the global ocean circulation. They play a key role in transporting and redistributing climatically important properties such as mass, heat, carbon and nutrients. Read more

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