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University of Bristol Zoology / Animal Science PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Deriving social networks in cattle and their relation to health and sustainability
  Prof A Dowsey
Application Deadline: 2 December 2019

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The project. A growing population and climate change are stressing the availability of food worldwide. At the same time, high animal welfare and health practice is more important than ever to satisfy societal demands for the livestock sector.
  The impact of change and the ability to deal with it on an individual’s affective state and welfare
  Prof M Mendl
Application Deadline: 2 December 2019

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The project. Unexpected change exerts a potent influence on an organism’s emotional (affective) state and wellbeing. Recent research indicates that mismatches between an individual’s predictions about its environment and the actual environment drive changes in affective state and welfare.
  Deconstructing the Kraken: using genomic and paleontological approaches to understand how cephalopods adapted to the deep sea.
  Dr J Paps, Prof D Pisani, Dr J Vinther
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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Cephalopods are the most intelligent of invertebrates, possessing a sophisticated nervous system, complex behaviorand learning capabilities.
  Information under anthropogenic change: how does social living respond to increased noise and turbidity?
  Dr C Ioannou, Prof A Radford
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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Many species, across a wide range of taxa, rely on indirect information from others in addition to private information they have acquired directly from their environment.
  The effects of light pollution on navigating animals
  Prof N W Roberts
Application Deadline: 6 January 2020

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Both insect and spider biodiversity are decreasing worldwide. While their terrestrial ecosystems are being damaged by numerous human activities such as agricultural intensification, urbanization, and climate change, sensory pollutants such as light and sound are further intensifying population declines.
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