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Research Studentships

E303: How active have Ethiopia’s volcanoes been in the Late Quaternary? (Lead Supervisor: Christine Lane, Geography):
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C328: Evaluating the importance of Icelandic volcanism for the Earth’s climate system (Lead Supervisor: Ulf Büntgen, Geography):
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B321: Illuminating the mysterious truffle kingdom across Europe (Lead Supervisor: Ulf Büntgen, Geography):
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C330: The Fate of Volcanic Gases and Ash Particles in Plinian Eruption Plumes (Lead Supervisor: Michel Herzog, Geography):
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C335: Building hillslope erosion and debris transport processes into glacier mass balance models (Lead Supervisor: Ian Willis, Scott Polar Research Institute):
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B320: Combining dendroecology and wood anatomy for dating Golden Eagle eyries in the Swiss Alps (Lead Supervisor: Ulf Büntgen, Geography):
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B322: Evolution of axial skeleton diversity in reptiles (Lead Supervisor: Jason Head, Zoology):
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C338: Italian ash in Croatian caves: using tephrostratigraphy to understand the timing and climatic context of the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Croatia (Lead Supervisor: Christine Lane, Geography):
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B319: Terrestrial vegetation dynamics, climate, and the global carbon cycle (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Friend, Geography):
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C341: The effect of climate on past human expansions (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Friend, Geography):
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C327: ‘Blue carbon, green wetlands, and brown shores’: Climate change impacts on coastal wetlands and ‘blue carbon’ (Lead Supervisor: Tom Spencer, Geography):
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C329: Modelling of aerosol cloud-microphysical processes (Lead Supervisor: Michael Herzog, Geography):
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Scott Polar Research Institute (a sub-department of Geography):
C326: Automating foreshore roughness quantification for coastal flood and erosion risk modelling (Lead Supervisor: Iris Möller, Geography):
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C336: Melting, ponding and refreezing on Antarctic ice shelves (Lead Supervisor: Ian Willis, Scott Polar Research Institute):
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B339: Investigating the roles of animal-plant interactions for ecosystem dynamics (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Friend, Geography):
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C337: Combined dendro and tephra chronologies for reconstructing Europe’s lateglacial period (Lead Supervisor: Christine Lane, Geography):
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