SAGES is co-funding new PhD studentships for 2017

We invite applications for the following 12 PhD projects. The deadline for applications is Friday 10 February 2017 with interviews for candidates in Edinburgh between the 21 – 24 February 2017. Applicants should apply to the host institute, sending a CV and covering letter.
More information can be found via the links below and through the FindaPhD website (links will be available from 12:00 on Tuesday 17/01/17).

CO-LEARNING AT THE COAST: CONNECTING COMMUNITY PERSPECTIVES AND COASTAL MODELLING TO THE REALITIES OF CLIMATE ADAPTATION ON THE COAST(Dr David Green, University of Aberdeen)

CLIMATE AT THE ONSET OF THE ANTARCTIC ICE-SHEET GROWTH: A DETAILED ANALYSIS OF ICE-BURIED GLACIAL CIRQUES(Dr Matteo Spagnolo, University of Aberdeen)

RAPID CLIMATE CHANGE AND ITS IMPACT ON BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLING AND C SEQUESTRATION IN ARCTIC SEDIMENTS (Professor Ursula Witte, University of Aberdeen)

EVALUATING THE EFFECT OF PLANT SPECIES ON SOIL CARBONATION FLUX(Dr Ehsan Jorat, Abertay University)

PLANNING AND MANAGING FOR MULTIPLE BENEFITS: IDENTIFYING LANDSCAPE PATTERNS AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES BUNDLES FOR STRATEGIC LAND USE POLICY AND PRACTICE (Professor Chris Spray, University of Dundee)

QUANTIFYING THE TOPOGRAPHIC EXPRESSION IF ICE FLOW ON CONTEMPORARY AND DEGLACIATED ICE-SHEET BEDS(Dr Rob Bingham, University of Edinburgh)

NOVEL METHODS FOR VALUING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AS BOUNDARY OBJECTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY TRANSFORMATION(Dr Marc Metzger, University of Edinburgh)

CHARACTERISING, MAPPING AND MODELLING PEATLAND CARBON STOCKS ACROSS AMAZONIA(Dr Edward Mitchard, University of Edinburgh)

THE ROLE OF ICE MÉLANGE IN ICE SHEET – OCEAN INTERACTION(Dr Tom Cowton, University of Edinburgh)

SOURCE TO SINK: LONG-TERM CATCHMENT DYNAMICS AND CARBON SEQUESTRATION IN THE COASTAL OCEAN(Dr Althea Davies, University of St Andrews)

DRIVERS OF THE TERRESTRIAL METHANE SINK UNDER LAND USE CHANGE(Dr Jens-Arne Subke, University of Stirling)

NOVEL ISOTOPIC METHODS FOR ORE DEPOSIT GENESIS AND MODIFICATION WITH APPLICATIONS TO EXPLORATION TARGETING: CASE STUDY IN THE SOUTHERN UPLANDS – LONGFORD DOWN COMPLEX (Dr Simon Cutherbert, UWS)