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General (Earth Sciences) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Reading

We have 12 General (Earth Sciences) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Reading

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We have 12 General (Earth Sciences) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Reading

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SCENARIO: Decadal climate forecasting for the energy-sector (SC2022_02)

Throughout the world, power systems are undergoing massive change in response to the challenge of climate change. Renewable electricity sources – such as wind and solar PV – are playing an increasing role in power systems, fundamentally altering the way power systems operate. Read more

SCENARIO: Evaluating the ability of human communities and environmental systems to adapt and recover to Late Holocene climate change in the Peruvian Andes (ref. SC2022_14)

During the Late Holocene (last 4250 years), past climatic reconstructions from Peruvian archives (ice, marine, speleothems and lakes) have provided high-resolution records of precipitation and temperature changes, which reflect the varying influences of the Intertropical Convergence Zone, South American Summer Monsoon and El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO). Read more

Joint ESRC-NERC fully-funded studentship

This joint studentship, which starts in October 2022, is offered by SeNSS (funded by the Economic and Social Research Council) and ARIES (funded by the Natural Environment Research Council). Read more

University of Reading PhD Opportunities

Each year, the University of Reading awards over £8 million of funding in research studentships to home/EU and international students and these great opportunities are open to high quality students for funded research in a wide range of subject areas. Read more

Where does all the carbon go? Determining the carbon pool turnover rates in semi-arid biomes of Australia.

Aims. The semi-arid ecosystems of Australia have been recognised a global carbon sink anomaly, accounting for almost 60% of global carbon uptake during consecutive seasons of high rainfall arising from La Niña events. Read more
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