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[Met-jobs] NERC-funded PhD projects available in ocean, atmosphere and climate science at UEA

From "Ian Renfrew (ENV)" <I.Renfrew@uea.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Fri, 4 Dec 2015 11:35:20 +0000

Dear Roger, Could you post this on met-jobs please, thanks Ian

 

NERC-funded PhD projects available in ocean, atmosphere and climate science at UEA

 

We are pleased to offer the following PhD projects for research training in the Centre for Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (COAS), School of Environmental Sciences at UEA.  Please bring these PhD projects to the attention of any final year BSc or MSc students.  Full 100% support for fees, stipend and research costs is available for those eligible for NERC funding. All these projects are based primarily at UEA in Norwich.

 

The following projects are funded through the EnvEast Doctoral Training Programme; the deadline for applications for these projects is 6th January 2016. 

 

Ocean processes triggering monsoon rainfall

(supervised by Karen Heywood)

 

Mapping ocean mixing using autonomous gliders: Indian Ocean and Antarctic shelf seas

(supervised by Rob Hall)

 

The maritime continent: Breaking the tropical barrier to global weather and climate prediction

(supervised by Adrian Matthews)

 

Weather’s impact on ocean circulation

(supervised by Xiaoming Zhai)

 

What controls the production of CO2 by marine plankton in the open ocean?

(supervised by Carol Robinson)

 

Cold-air outbreaks over the Subpolar Seas

(supervised by Ian Renfrew)

 

New threats to the ozone layer: Exploring ozone-depleting substances in the upper troposphere and stratosphere

(supervised by Johannes Laube)

 

Protecting Lives Through Next Generation Lightning Prediction

(supervised by Steve Dorling)

 

The Sun, The Stratosphere and Seasonal Climate Prediction

(supervised by Manoj Joshi)

 

Tree-rings and forest response to climate change and carbon fertilisation

(supervised by Tim Osborn)

 

Unravelling the origins of carbonyl sulphide: a new tool to probe the carbon cycle

(supervised by Bill Sturges)

 

The following projects are funded through the NEXUSS Centre for Doctoral Training; the deadline for applications for these projects is 31st January 2016.

 

Autonomous carbon system observations from gliders (AutoCarb)

(supervised by Jan Kaiser)

 

Sounds in the sea: how can we listen from ocean gliders?

(supervised by Karen Heywood)

 

Optimising ocean glider sampling of internal waves and eddies

(supervised by Rob Hall)

 

Please click on the links for more information and to apply online.

 



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