This funding provides full tuition fees at the Home/EU rate, pays an annual stipend in line with UK Research Councils (currently £15,009) and a research training support grant (RTSG) of £8,000
Belnap, J. (2006) The potential roles of biological soil crusts in dryland hydrologic cycles. Hydrological Processes 20, 3159-3178.
Mullan, D. (2013) Soil erosion under the impacts of future climate change: Assessing the statistical significance of future changes and the potential on-site and off-site problems. Catena 109 234–246.
Porada et al. (2019) Global NO and HONO emissions of biological soil crusts estimated by a process-based non-vascular vegetation model. Biogeosciences 16, 2003–2031.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 12.60
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