We have 123 Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in the UK

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Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in the UK

We have 123 Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in the UK

Understanding urban crime with computational models. PhD in Computer Science

Location: Department of Computer Science, Streatham Campus, Devon, University of Exeter. The University of Exeter’s College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences is inviting applications for a fully-funded PhD studentship to commence as soon as possible. Read more

Assessment Of The Data To Define The Core Components Required For The Development Of “digital Twins” Linked To Smallholder Livestock Systems

Funding. This PhD project is funded through a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation project (Centre for Tropical Livestock Genetics and Health). This opportunity is open to UK and International students and provides funding to cover all tuition fees, plus a stipend to support living costs. Read more

The Leverhulme Programme for Doctoral Training in Ecological Data Science

Based at the University of Glasgow and funded by the Leverhulme Trust, the Leverhulme Programme for Doctoral Training in Ecological Data Science will train a new generation of data scientists. Read more

In-line process monitoring for microalgae cultivation

Phototrophic microorganisms that convert carbon dioxide are being explored for their capacity to solve different environmental issues and produce bioactive compounds for human therapeutics and as food additives. Read more

A framework for capturing the impact of weather on driver behavior: From Theory to Practice

Extreme weather is responsible for 12% of train delays every year in Britain. Storms and high winds can also cause poor visibility for drivers as well as a significant risk of hitting trees that have fallen on the railway line. Read more
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Biocultural Restoration of Kenyan Ecosystems

Restoration of degraded ecosystems is a predominant component of the environmental agenda. However, uncertainty on how methods of ecosystem restoration can also meet social needs still remains unclear. Read more

Understanding the compound nature of coastal flood hazard in the UK to improve forecasts and projections

Summary. Coastal flood hazards (e.g., estuarine flooding, coastal overtopping, coastal erosion) mainly occur in response to meteorological events that drive multiple hazards, such as wind, rain, storm surge, high waves, high river flows (Bevacqua et al., 2020). Read more

Modelling and mapping social vulnerability & flood risk in cities in low-income countries

Summary. Operationalization of a global Loss and Damage (L&D) fund was agreed at COP28. However, operationalizing the fund will require the development of robust methods for estimating L&D in the aftermath of climate-related hazard events and predicting future L&D. Read more

Development of a national groundwater flood inundation modelling and forecasting platform

Summary. It has been estimated that 4.7 million properties are susceptible to flooding from groundwater within the UK; 1.5 million from clearwater flooding and 3.2 million from rising groundwater in permeable superficial deposits. Read more

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