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Environmental Dynamics Research Group

Environmental Dynamics PhD students

The Environmental Dynamics Research Domain has a thriving and dynamic PhD student body. Details of current students and their research can be found below. Funding and training for prospective PhD students is available via the NERC Doctoral Training Programme or the CANES Non-Equilibrium Systems Centre for Doctoral Training. If you are interested in PhD study within the ED Domain please visit our research interests page or the NERC-DTP PhD Projects page for more information about possible projects.

Arthur Penserini (2015- , EDF Energy Funded Studentship) “A scenario-oriented probabilistic model of multi-hazard events

Elina Aletrari
Beyond 2010: A Framework For The Global Reassessment Of The 2010 Biodiversity Target Pantropically

Kate Baker
Eco-hydromorphic mechanisms and interactions in tropical rivers

Martin Best
Evaluating models designed to represent the surface energy balance on urban environments

Alex Bjorkegren
High-Resolution Time Series of CO2 in an Urban Setting

Paul Breeze
Palaeohydrology and Hominin dispersals within the Arabian Peninsula

Diego Cisneros Heredia
Impact Of Habitat Changes On The Biological Diversity Of The Northern Tropical Andes

Mark De Jong
Applications of microwave remote sensing to wildfire danger modelling

Caitlin Douglas
Conserving wildlife and habitat in riparian desert ecosystems: establishing water-vegetation-wildlife relations for ephemeral rivers and the development of a policy-support tool for the threatened Swakop River, Namibia

Joel Gill
Increasing the Understanding and Characterisation of Natural Hazard Interactions

Francesca Iordan
Mammal diversity, distribution and dynamics within a natural river corridor (flume Tagliamento, North East Italy). 

Joshua Johnston
Shoals Prescribed Burn and Rose Township Experimental Fires 

Zoe Lee
Investigating the role of turbulence as a driver of sand transport, with specific focus on comparing sand transport in coastal and desert environments

Andrew Ogilvie
Hydro-social functioning of small reservoirs in a semi-arid catchment (Merguellil, Central Tunisia)

Yu Kyung Oh
Ecosystem services and environmental change in London

Brandon Parkes
Developing a risk-based and participatory approach to reducing the uncertainty in modelling climate impact on flood inundation 

Louis Reymondin
Near-real time pan-tropical monitoring system for natural vegetation conversion detection

Jake Simpson 
Quantifying Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions from Biomass Burning in an Indonesian Tropical Peat Swamp Forest REDD+ Project Area

Benjamin Smith
Maintaining and Restoring Fluvial Ecosystem Services 

Faith E Taylor
Modelling the Probability of Landslides Impacting Road Networks 

Anna Turbelin
Species as Natural Hazards: Developing an Invasion Severity

Rory Walshe
Ground-truthing the assumptions of climate change impacts on small island states by cross-referencing multiple methods

Na Yan
Dune Transformations Driven by Vegetation Changes in Inland Deserts, Northern China

Tianran Zhang
Biomass burning in east China: implication on regional air quality and chemical transporting

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