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Institution Troff documentC415: Global and regional hazards to aviation from volcanic gases (Lead Supervisor: Anja Schmidt, Chemistry/Geography)
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InstitutionC416: Reconstructing deep ocean circulation velocity and mixing from marine sediment transport (Lead Supervisor: Alexander Piotrowski, Earth Sciences)
Located in About ESS / Climate Theme: NEW projects for 2018 entry
InstitutionC417: Future stratospheric ozone changes and associated surface climate impacts (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Orr, British Antarctic Survey)
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Institution D source codeC419: The response of Antarctic ice streams to tidal forcing (Lead Supervisor: Jerome Neufeld, DAMTP)
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Institution object codeC420: Quantifying the impact of atmospheric dust on vegetation and hydro-climate in the Amazon rainforest during the last 20,000 years. (Lead Supervisor: Francesco Muschitiello, Geography)
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InstitutionC421: Building with Nature: the role of bio-physical linkages within coastal wetland restoration (Priority project with CASE partner) (Lead Supervisor: Iris Möller, Geography)
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InstitutionC422: Mind the gap: exploiting satellite technology for coastal climate change adaptation in the data-poor ‘gap’ of intertidal zones (Lead Supervisor: Iris Möller, Geography)
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InstitutionC423: Untangling the web: Using machine learning to understand dynamical couplings in the southern ocean, ice and atmosphere and how they impact our future climate (Lead Supervisor: Andrew Meijers, British Antarctic Survey)
Located in About ESS / Climate Theme: NEW projects for 2018 entry
InstitutionC424: The changing climate of Arctic Russia and its role in governing the present and future northern treeline (Lead Supervisor: Gareth Marshall, British Antarctic Survey)
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InstitutionC425: Combining European tree ring and tephra chronologies for reconstructing Late Glacial climate variability (Lead Supervisor: Christine Lane, Geography)
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