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Climatology & Climate Change PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

We have 381 Climatology & Climate Change PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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We have 381 Climatology & Climate Change PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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Temporal and spatial drivers of nuisance macroalgal blooms in Budle Bay and its implication for biodiversity and ecosystem functioning

Nuisance macroalgal blooms are on the rise globally, driven by anthropogenic drivers such as eutrophication and climate warming. Once established, macroalgal blooms can have significant negative impacts on biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and amenity value, which in turn can have financial impacts e.g. Read more

Enhancing urban flood resilience with innovative digital design technologies

In England, 3.2 million households are located in areas at risks of urban flooding, with annual damages exceeding £300 million. Due to the extreme environmental conditions, unprecedented downpours across the country in recent years further increases the flooding events on URN. Read more

Hindcasting faunal distributions in the Holocene to understand interactions between ancient societies, biodiversity and climate

BACKGROUND. Faced with the urgent challenge of predicting the consequences of current and future climate change, it is imperative that we seek to learn lessons about climate-animal-human relations from the long-term records available from the past. Read more

Reconstructing climate and landscape change in drylands from sedimentary records

The basin of Shubayqa (Qa Shubayqa), today an ephemeral wetland in the eastern basalt desert of Jordan, provides a rare opportunity to reconstruct precipitation and landscape patterns throughout the Holocene in the wider Levant region east of the Dead Sea, because of its depth of sediment, a rather unique regional environmental archive. Read more

Natural Resources and Urban Climate Strategies

Cities around the world and in the UK develop local climate plans (Reckien at al 2019). Climate actions, i.e. pieces of infrastructures, require large amounts of natural resources (e.g. Read more

Monitoring the Impact of Green Infrastructure using Citizen Science in Urban and Rural Catchments

Urban and rural environments face a range of pressures and impacts as a result of extreme weather events, including flooding, which are projected to increase in frequency and severity with climate change. Read more

Optimising flood risk management interventions in catchments and cities

Detailed flood models are used to assess increased future flood risk in cities and catchments, and to design flood attenuation features including green infrastructure (GI) or natural flood management (NFM). Read more

Improving the representation of the ice shelf ocean cavity circulation in global ocean models

Global sea-level rise is one of the most severe impacts of climate change which threatens large coastal cities and ecosystems. Sea-level rise originates from several sources, including melting of glaciers and ice sheets. Read more

Solving the Leaky Barrier Conundrum: Nature Based Solutions to reduce flooding

Experimental work will include. (1) Hydraulic lab experiments conducted in controlled conditions to validate models for a variety of leaky barrier designs and materials in the new Novak Flume Research Facility; (2) In situ experiments. Read more

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