About the Project
Policy Impact of Research
Understanding the impact of microorganisms on the subseafloor stores of organic carbon will be a powerful tool for policy makers and stakeholders. The project will produce methods and software that will be released on an open source and freely available platform that can be applied by anybody. The analysis and understanding of complex interactions and feedbacks between microorganisms and their environment will inform management decisions including conservation strategies, the designation of marine protected area implementations and subseafloor exploration.
Research Relating to this Project
Slow Microbial Life in the Seabed
Survival of the fewest: Microbial dormancy and maintenance in marine sediments through deep time
The biomass and biodiversity of the continental subsurface
How to apply
Opportunities for funding include London NERC DTP and QMUL Principal’s Postgraduate Research Studentships. For further information about the project, eligibility and future application deadlines in 2019/20, please contact Dr James Bradley.
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