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Ecology & Conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

We have 377 Ecology & Conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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We have 377 Ecology & Conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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ACCE DTP fully-funded project: Examining biodiversity benefits of UK treescapes

Lead Supervisor: Prof. Jane Hill (University of York Department of Biology). Co-supervisor:  Michael Pocock (CEH), Dr Colin Beale (University of York Department of Biology), Chris Nichols (Woodland Trust). Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: Woodland-mediated predator impacts on open ground birds

Lead Supervisor: Dr C Beale (University of York Department of Biology). Co-supervisor/s:  Dr Karl Evans (University of Sheffield), Dr David Douglas (RSPB), Dr Scott Newey (James Hutton Institute). Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: Genetic consequences of climate change-induced range shifts in Aricia butterflies

Lead Supervisor: Prof Chris Thomas (University of York Department of Biology). Co-supervisor:  Dr Kanchon Dasmahapatra (University of York Department of Biology), Dr David Roy (CEH) Dr Rachel Pateman (University of York Department of Environment and Geography). Read more

How does the environment impact female control of fertilisation?

In internally-fertilising animals, the female reproductive tract is the arena in which sperm compete to fertilise eggs. This provides females with enormous potential to control fertilisation after mating, and a female’s anatomy, physiology and behaviour can all work together to select some sperm over others. Read more

The success of strategic restoration for pollinator connectivity

Climate change threatens the sustainability of the pollination service, on which our food supply and all ecosystems depend. One way to tackle this challenge is to expand, improve and connect up wildflower-rich habitats. Read more

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