The Cambridge Earth System Sciences (ESS) DTP provides PhD training across NERC science. Embedded in the outstanding research environment of the University of Cambridge and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), it is organised around three major research themes: Solid Earth, Climate and Biology. Students in the DTP cohort engage in research projects of global significance across the physical, chemical and biological sciences, and graduate with strong numerical and modelling skills. A network of links within national and international science, industry and government prepares students to become leaders in their chosen fields.
Builds on long-standing research programmes in modelling and observing the atmosphere and oceans, the cryosphere and paleoclimate.
Structured around five core topics: ecosystem dynamics, conservation science, behavioural and evolutionary ecology, palaeontology, phylogeny and diversity, and epidemiology.
Projects in all three themes are currently being loaded. Applications for 2017 will go live on 1 November 2016. Please direct enquiries to the DTP Administrator, Mrs Angela Elliott, firstname.lastname@example.org
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