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Department of Earth Sciences Graduate Administrator

Research Studentships

E405: Tracing mineralogical variations in the Earth's mantle: implications for accretion and the onset of tectonic recycling (Lead Supervisor: Helen Williams, Earth Sciences):
E439: A new target for Archean paleomagnetism (Lead Supervisor: Richard Harrison, Earth Sciences):
E445: Seismic signatures of deep stagnating slabs (Lead Supervisor: Sanne Cottaar, Earth Sciences):
E428: Magma rise in basaltic systems (Lead Supervisor: John Maclennan, Earth Sciences):
E406: Dynamic Topography, Landscapes and Source-to-Sink (Lead Supervisor: Nicky White, Earth Sciences):
C433 Impact of Fleuve Manche Megafloods on North Atlantic Climate and Overturning Circulation (Lead Supervisor: David Hodell, Earth Sciences):
E429: Magma Rise Times from Finite Element Models of Crystal Growth and Diffusion (Lead Supervisor: John Maclennan, Earth Sciences):
E407: Magmatism as a Key to Unlocking Phanerozoic Dynamic Topography (Lead Supervisor: Nicky White, Earth Sciences):
B419: Palaeobiology of late Ediacaran microbial substrates (Lead Supervisor: Alex Liu, Earth Sciences):
E431: Powering the nation: The Icelandic crustal heat balance (Lead Supervisor: John Maclennan, Earth Sciences):
E443: The Torridonian Mudstones: Implications for Early Life and Extraterrestrial Sedimentary Geology from the Neoproterozoic Diabaig Formation (Lead Supervisor: Neil Davies, Earth Sciences):
E408: Multi-Scale Applications of Radial Miscible Viscous Fingering in Thick Horizontal Layers (Lead Supervisor: Nicky White, Earth Sciences):
E436: Crystal-melt segregation and the generation of large crystal-poor silicic eruptions (Lead Supervisor: Marian Holness, Earth Sciences):
E432: The distribution of carbon in Earth's mantle (Lead Supervisor: John Maclennan, Earth Sciences):
E409: Seismic Imaging of Oceanic Currents in Space and Time within South Atlantic Ocean (Lead Supervisor: Nicky White, Earth Sciences):
B432: Ediacaran Sedimentary Environments: Anactualistic or Ambiguous? (Lead Supervisor: Neil Davies, Earth Sciences):
C408: Earth's carbon cycle: Novel isotopic proxies for the weathering hot-spots of SE (Lead Supervisor: Ed Tipper, Earth Sciences):
E433: A tropical view of late Neoproterozoic glaciation: sedimentary insights from glacial deposits in Rondonia, Brazil (Priority project with CASE partner) (Lead Supervisor: Alexander Liu, Earth Sciences):
E421: Bridging the Moho: Joint inversion of seismic body and surface wave data for crust and lithospheric mantle structure (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Rawlinson, Earth Sciences):
E410: Seismic attenuation tomography of Iceland (Lead Supervisor: Bob White, Earth Sciences):
C409: Unlocking the sediment archive of carbon consumption by chemical weathering from the Mekong River in SE Asia (Lead Supervisor: Ed Tipper, Earth Sciences):
E448: Magnetoelastic Behaviour of Magnetic Materials (Lead Supervisor: Michael Carpenter, Earth Sciences):
E440: From bugs to brains: magnetism and microscopy of iron (hydr)oxide nanoparticles in the natural environment (Lead Supervisor: Richard Harrison, Earth Sciences):
B436: Exceptional preservation of an early Miocene lacustrine ecosystem (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Butterfield, Earth Sciences):
E413: The impact of dynamic topography on chemical weathering (Lead Supervisor: Ed Tipper, Earth Sciences):
B437: Formation and geobiological significance of sedimentary phosphate nodules (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Butterfield, Earth Sciences):
E414: Deep time phosphorus cycling: the petrological record (Lead Supervisor: Oliver Shorttle, Earth Sciences & Institute of Astronomy):
B420: The Ediacaran biota in miniature: palaeoecological and palaeobiological insights from sub-centimetre fossils. (Lead Supervisor: Alexander Liu, Earth Sciences):
C412: Constraining the ocean's role in past atmospheric CO2 change: a geochemical fingerprinting approach (Lead Supervisor: Luke Skinner, Earth Sciences):
B438: Pyritization Of Shelly Fossils (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Butterfield, Earth Sciences):
E444: Enigma at the roots of whole-mantle plumes (Lead Supervisor: Sanne Cottaar, Earth Sciences):
E415: Atmospheric fingerprints of Volcanism (Lead Supervisor: Oliver Shorttle, Earth Sciences and Institute of Astronomy):
C413: Resolving deglacial carbon cycle change through oxygenation reconstructions (Lead Supervisor: Luke Skinner, Earth Sciences):
E437: Microstructural proxies for igneous and metamorphic timescales (Lead Supervisor: Marian Holness, Earth Sciences):
B439: Tracking the Ediacaran-Cambrian Explosion with Small Carbonaceous Fossils (SCFs) (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Butterfield, Earth Sciences):
E416: The rheology of the partially molten mantle (Lead Supervisor: John Rudge, Earth Sciences):
B433: Landscapes of Extinction and Evolution: The Global Sedimentary Record of Biotic-Abiotic Feedbacks in Mesozoic and Cenozoic River Systems (Lead Supervisor: Neil Davies, Earth Sciences):
C414: The clay mineral history of continental weathering (Lead Supervisor: Oliver Shorttle, Earth Sciences & Institute of Astronomy):
E447: Novel constraints on the volatile contents of mantle melts feeding Large Igneous Provinces (Lead Supervisor: Sally Gibson, Earth Sciences):
E417: The ultimate fate of subducting slabs (Lead Supervisor: John Rudge, Earth Sciences):
C434: Understanding glacial-interglacial climate change during the “41-kyr world” through waveform pattern recognition (Lead Supervisor: David Hodell, Earth Sciences):
E418: Olivine dislocation microstructure: a new archive of magmatic processes (Lead Supervisor: Emilie Ringe, Earth Sciences & Materials Science and Metallurgy):
E441: The evolution of the early solar system and early Earth inferred from paleomagnetism (Lead Supervisor: Richard Harrison, Earth Sciences):
E419: Deep Earth Ammonium: Recycling the Atmosphere through the Solid Earth (Lead Supervisor: Simon Redfern, Earth Sciences):
C401: Convection and mixing in Fjords with melting glaciers (Priority project with CASE partner) (Lead Supervisor: Andy Woods, BP Institute):
E420: Minerals at Extreme Conditions: Structure, Prediction and Properties (Lead Supervisor: Simon Redfern, Earth Sciences):
C438: Identifying ancient marine sedimentation on other planets: constructing a geological toolbox from Earth's pre-Silurian rock record (Lead Supervisor: Neil Davies, Earth Sciences):
E411: Quantifying the anatomy of subduction zones in the Greek Cyclades (Lead Supervisor: Owen Weller, Earth Sciences):
C416: Reconstructing deep ocean circulation velocity and mixing from marine sediment transport (Lead Supervisor: Alexander Piotrowski, Earth Sciences):
E401: Relationships between Topography, Seismic Tomography and Mantle Convection on Earth (Priority project with CASE partner) (Lead Supervisor: Nicky White, Earth Sciences):
B425: Structure/property relationships of mollusc shells as natural biocomposite materials (Lead Supervisor: Liz Harper, Earth Sciences):
E438: The role of liquid immiscibility in creating Fe-Ti oxide deposits in mafic layered intrusions (Lead Supervisor: Marian Holness, Earth Sciences):
E422: Global seismic imaging of the lithosphere using transdimensional tomography (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Rawlinson, Earth Sciences):
C407: Ice core synthesis of Antarctic climate over the last 115,000 years (fully funded by ERC) (Lead Supervisor: Eric Wolff, Earth Sciences):
E423: Linking landscape evolution with mantle processes in North Borneo (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Rawlinson, Earth Sciences):
E435: Variations in continental structure, rheology and tectonics (Lead Supervisor: James Jackson, Earth Sciences):
B418: Expanding the Ediacaran geochemical and macrofossil records of the Corumbá region, Brazil (Lead Supervisor: Alexander Liu, Earth Sciences):
E424: North Borneo Uncovered: Orogenic processes at a post-subduction continental margin (Lead Supervisor: Nick Rawlinson, Earth Sciences):
E402: Early Earth evidence for a magnetic field (Lead Supervisor: Helen Williams, Earth Sciences):
E403: The storage and cycling of carbon in subduction zones: implications for the evolution of the Earth's atmosphere (Lead Supervisor: Helen Williams, Earth Sciences):
E404: Carbon and sulfur cycling in the Earth’s mantle over the last 4 Ga: new clues from novel stable isotopes (Lead Supervisor: Helen Williams, Earth Sciences):
E446: How do earthquake cycles make geological structures? (Lead Supervisor: Alex Copley, Earth Sciences):
E427: A new understanding of the dynamics of continental deformation (Lead Supervisor: Jerome Neufeld, Earth Sciences):