About the Project
The PhD researcher working on this project will work alongside staff at Northumbria and Newcastle Universities to measure carbon flow through the limestones of the Pennines. The work will involve fieldwork in caves and on the surface, collecting water and installing unique monitoring systems, providing a unique and stimulating training opportunity. Work will be supported by analysis of water chemistry, quantification of gas exchange, or the impact of soil function on CO2 production, depending on the student’s interest. Our initial field site will be the National Cave Monitoring Centre, and the work is in partnership with the Woodland Trust, who are contributing support and £3,500 direct support.
The researcher will develop an exceptional suite of skills in environmental geochemistry and monitoring, making them a highly sought after employee post-graduation.
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