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The studentship is funded under the JHI/University Joint PhD programme and will be undertaken in conjunction with the University of Aberdeen. Prof P Smith will be the principal university supervisor on this project.
Candidates are urged strongly to apply as soon as possible so as to stand the best chance of success. A more detailed plan of the studentship is available to suitable candidates upon application. Funding is available for European applications, but Worldwide applicants who possess suitable self-funding are also invited to apply.
Nijnik, M, Oskam, A and Nijnik, A., 2011. Afforestation for the provision of multiple ecosystem services. International journal of forestry research (accepted/in press).
Nijnik, M., Miller, D., Nijnik A., Fiorini, S., Vogt, N., Brondizion, E and Morrice J. 2011. Public participation for planning the sustainable use of natural resources and landscape change: methodology development. The International journal of interdisciplinary social sciences, Volume 5 (11), 303-320.
Nijnik M, Slee B. and Pajot G. 2011. Opportunities and challenges for terrestrial carbon offsetting and marketing, with some implications for forestry in the UK, South-East European Forestry journal 1(2), 69-79.
Nijnik M., 2010. Carbon capture and storage in forests. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge. In: Hester R.E. and Harrison R.M. (eds.) Issues in Environmental Science and Technology 29: 203-238.
Nijnik, M., Bizikova, L. 2008 Responding to the Kyoto Protocol through forestry: comparison of opportunities for several countries in Europe. Forest Policy and Economics, 10, 257-269.
Nijnik, M. 2005 Economics of climate change mitigation forest policy scenarios. Climate Policy, 4, 318-336.
Nijnik, M., Mather, A. 2008 Analysing public preferences for woodland development in rural landscapes in Scotland. Landscape and Urban Planning, 86, 267-275.