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Nottingham Trent University, School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 17 Nottingham Trent University, School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 17 Nottingham Trent University, School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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The role of soundscapes in monitoring ecological restoration

The number of rewilding and restoration projects (sometimes conflated concepts) has dramatically increased globally since the start of the 21st century as a result of the growing need for transformative and landscape-level approaches to conserving and promoting biodiversity. Read more

Equine microbiome testing: development of strategies to enable routine microbiome diagnostics in the horse

Both animals and humans have a complex and wide-ranging set of microorganisms present in the gut. The intricate and multifaceted interactions between these resident microorganisms have been linked with disease risks, health preservation, immunity, and therapeutic opportunities in both human and veterinary medicine. Read more

Movement ecology of the Western European hedgehog: A case study in animal telemetry, from welfare to dispersal.

Fundamental questions in animal ecology can be understood by the study of movement ecology. Over the last 10-years, researchers at Nottingham Trent University have gathered a large amount of GPS based telemetry data from individual hedgehogs across the United Kingdom. Read more

Camera-based National mammal monitoring

Estimates of population size are essential for managing and conserving wildlife. However, obtaining accurate and precise density estimates needed for population monitoring is challenging over large spatial and temporal scales. Read more

Brown bear spatial distribution shifts and expansion towards new areas in Europe: Facing new conservation scenarios for brown bear expansion in Europe.

In response to human pressure, animals often show crucial modifications in their behaviours, e.g., movement strategies and activity rhythms, which can have serious and unexpected consequences for wildlife, such as a decrease in survival, reproductive success and fitness. Read more

Enabling factors for increasing the use of insects in sustainable food production.

Ongoing global food security requires a paradigm shift in our resource use. circular economies are a key approach to achieving the seismic change required but will involve rethinking waste in the food chain. Read more

Geomorphological evolution of blanket bogs

Whilst blanket bogs are of limited spatial extent, they are a significant global store of terrestrial carbon. Blanket bogs in good condition can act as carbon sinks, whereas blanket bogs in a degraded condition may act as a carbon source. Read more

Equine microbiome testing: development of strategies to enable routine microbiome diagnostics in the horse

Both animals and humans have a complex and wide-ranging set of microorganisms present in the gut. The intricate and multifaceted interactions between these resident microorganisms have been linked with disease risks, health preservation, immunity, and therapeutic opportunities in both human and veterinary medicine. Read more

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