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Environmental Science (self) PhD Research Projects

We have 30 Environmental Science (self) PhD Research Projects

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We have 30 Environmental Science (self) PhD Research Projects

Social relationships and the evolution of complex cognition

  Research Group: Behavioural Ecology Research Group (BEEC)
Research Group. Behavioural Ecology Research Group.  (BEEC). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Claudia Wascher. Theme. Cognitive abilities, Social relationships. Read more

Instant-on solid oxide cells for hydrogen production and power generation

If humanity were to replace fossil fuels, it would need to find a way to store vast amounts of renewable energy cheaply for use when the sun is not shining or when the winds are still. Read more

Wider benefits of the National Pollinator Strategy

  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group. (AERG). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Alvin Helden. Dr Tom Ings. Several other members of Biology staff with interest in this subject area could be part of the team e.g., Dr Peter Brown and Dr Sarah Hart. Read more

Social and ecological impacts of rewilding projects

  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group. (AERG). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Helen Wheeler. (AERG). Dr Nikoleta Jones (Department of Land Economy, Cambridge University). Read more

Investigating the impact of beekeeping on wild pollinator populations in rural Cambridgeshire

  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group.  (AERG). Proposed supervisory team. Olivia Norfolk. Several other members of staff with interest in this subject area could be part of the team e.g. . Read more

Social impacts of decision-making processes under wildlife conservation conflicts in Scotland

  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group. (AERG). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Helen Wheeler. (AERG, Anglia Ruskin University). Read more

Consequences of biases in representation of drivers of change in evidence synthesis for environmental decision-making and stewardship

  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group. (AERG). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Helen Wheeler. Dr Fiona Danks (World Conservation Monitoring Centre). Read more

Consequences of a rapidly changing arctic for wildlife species

  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group.   (AERG). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Helen Wheeler. Theme. Climate change, species distribution. Read more

Resilience-based asset management in Integrated Urban Wastewater System (IUWS)

  Research Group: Future Cities Research Network
Research Group. Future Cities Research Network. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Maryam Imani. Theme. Built Environment, . Urban Resilience. Read more

Cost and efficiency focused optimisation of domestic waste water heat recovery application

  Research Group: Engineering Analysis Simulation and Tribology Research Group
Research Group. Future Cities Research Network. Engineering Analysis Simulation and Tribology Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Read more

PhD in Palynology

Professor Charles Wellman supervises self-funded Ph.D. research projects in Palynology hosted by the Centre for Palynology. These can encompass taxonomic, biostratigraphical or palaeoenvironmental (palynofacies) analysis. Read more

’Wait a minute! How did it...?’ Unravelling the causes and consequences of the evolution of larval development in invertebrates (Distance Learning Project)

Invertebrates that possess modular development – composed of a larval and an adult stage that are different morpho-ecologically – appear to have been the most successful amongst all invertebrates in conquering marine and terrestrial habitats. Read more

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