|From||"Bill Sturges (ENV)" <W.Sturges@uea.ac.uk>|
|Date||Thu, 22 Oct 2015 08:03:28 +0000|
New PhD opportunities are being advertised, including a number in the atmospheric, ocean and climate sciences, within the UK NERC “EnvEast” Doctoral Training Partnership: http://www.enveast.ac.uk/projects.
These projects are based variously at the Universities of East Anglia, Essex, and Kent, and some are in conjunction with the British Antarctic Survey, UK Met Office, etc. The deadline for applications is 6th January 2016 for a 1st October 2016 start date.
Protecting Lives Through Next Generation Lightning Prediction
Understanding the self-cleansing capacity of air above snow packs
Mapping ocean mixing using autonomous gliders: Indian Ocean and Antarctic shelf seas
Ocean processes triggering monsoon rainfall
The Sun, The Stratosphere and Seasonal Climate Prediction
New threats to the ozone layer: Exploring ozone-depleting substances in the upper troposphere and stratosphere
The maritime continent: Breaking the tropical barrier to global weather and climate prediction
Melting of ice shelves around the Antarctic Peninsula
Cold-air outbreaks over the Subpolar Seas
Unravelling the origins of carbonyl sulphide: a new tool to probe the carbon cycle
Sea ice and clouds – modelling their climate connections over the Southern Ocean
Weather’s impact on ocean circulation
UK-resident applicants are generally eligible for full Studentships, and EU-residents for fees-only awards (tuition and bench fees) only. Non-EU resident applicants are generally NOT eligible (see http://www.enveast.ac.uk/how-to-apply/eligibility ).
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