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The role of sexual signal evolution in avian speciation

*** Fully funded PhD position to work on an exciting project studying the evolution of sexual signalling traits and drivers of speciation across the global radiation of birds. Read more

Microbial and biogeochemical processes through the ocean-sediment continuum

  Research Group: Earth Surface Science
The interface between the ocean and subseafloor sediments is a critical boundary that influences life in the deep biosphere, the transport and transformation of organic carbon and nutrients, and the global carbon cycle. Read more

Microbial activity on glaciers and ice sheets: an integrated modelling and empirical approach.

  Research Group: Earth Surface Science
Glaciers and ice sheets are important microbe-dominated ecosystems, that are undergoing rapid changes due to climate change. Supraglacial (glacier surface) ecosystems contain organisms from all three domains of life, which drive carbon and nutrient cycling, and cause ice darkening, thus enhancing ice mass loss. Read more

SCENARIO: Does pollinator diversity moderate ecosystem function in agroforestry systems? (ref. SC2022_24)

Intensive agricultural approaches have resulted in significant declines in invertebrate biodiversity on a global scale, resulting from, amongst other things, habitat loss, homogenisation of farming landscapes, and increased use of insecticides. Read more

Improving the utility of ocean colour satellites in marine systems science

Ocean colour satellites have revolutionised our capacity to characterise surface ocean ecosystems and biogeochemistry, allowing continuous global observation that would be impossible from any other platform. Read more

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