EED PhD students
PhD students affiliated with the EED group include:
Study of the sand storm in the Sahara (Libya)
Climate variability in Libya
Remote sensing of environmental change in the Niger Delta.
GIS analysis of the dispersal of Hominins through the Saharo-Arabian desert
Understanding environmental change in a dryland riparian ecosystem (Swakop River, Namibia)
Climate Policy for Thailand towards Post-Kyoto 2012: Emission Scenarios and Public Perception of Thai People
Development and Application Testing of Ultra-Deep Ground Penetrating Radar
Multi-Hazard Risk Assessments in Small Urban Areas
Freshwater Conservation in India.
Mammal diversity, distribution and dynamics within a natural river corridor (flume Tagliamento, North East Italy).
Invasive species and urban corridors
Observing heat exchange in urban areas: challenges, development and application of two methods for observing sensible heat flux in a dense urban environment
Modelling hydrological ecosystem services of selected catchments in the Indo-gangetic basin.
Developing a risk-based and participatory approach to reducing the uncertainty in modelling climate impact on flood inundation
Climate change stable conservation strategies for the world's tropical mountains
Jorge Luis Peña Arancibia
Impacts of tropical land-use change on dry-season flows
Leonardo Saenz Cruz
Pantropical water resources assesment, tropical cloud forest and paramid hydrology
Maintaining and Restoring Fluvial Ecosystem Services
Linking London’s air pollution to current and future policies that influence vehicle fleet
Quantifying fluxes of carbon and sulpher containing gases from peatland burning
Faith E Taylor
Modelling the Probability of Landslides Impacting Road Networks
Arnout van Soesbergen
Impacts of climate change on water resources of global dams
Quantifying evaporation pathways in the suburban environment
Dune Transformations Driven by Vegetation Changes in Inland Deserts, Northern China
Linking scientific and industrial processes to minimize the impact of oil extraction and monitor land use change in the Western Amazon
Please click here for details of students who have recently completed their PhDs in the EMM group.