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Sarah Coates

Sarah Coates

PhD project: Adapting to extreme environments: Hybridisation and the evolution of contemporary heavy metal tolerance Location: 3rd Floor, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology/Environment Centre Wales, Bangor University, Bangor Email Sarah Coates I studied for a BSc in Biological Sciences (Evolutionary Biology) at the University of Edinburgh, where I first developed my interest in evolutionary biology. I […]

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Emma Withers

Emma Withers

PhD: Extreme weather events exacerbate nitrous oxide emissions from soil (Extreme-N2O) Location: 2nd Floor, Environment Centre Wales, Bangor University, LL57 2UW Email Emma Withers ResearchGate Twitter “I completed a BSc (hons) degree in Biochemistry at the University of Bath in 2015, before working on N14 magic angle spinning solid-state NMR at the University of Southampton. […]

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Edward Pyne

Ed Pyne

PhD: What lurks beneath: unravelling the chemically-guided ecological interactions of Armillaria fungi, a devastating group of subterranean forest pathogens Location: Bangor University Email Edward Pyne Twitter I completed my BSc in Biological Science at Cardiff University in 2020. During this time, I was an active member of the Cardiff Fungal Ecology research group. At Cardiff, […]

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Aaron Furnish

Aaron Furnish

PhD: Pathways to Realistic Impact Modelling in Estuarine Areas (PRIMEA) Location: School Of Ocean Sciences, Menai Bridge, Bangor University Email Aaron Furnish Twitter Growing up on the Thames estuary I have appreciated the bluer things in life. Eventually this appreciation led me to Bangor University to study a BSc in Ocean Sciences. At the pinnacle […]

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Ewan Sloan

Ewan Sloan

PhD: Delta dynamics: lessons from the Chao Phraya Location: School of Engineering, University of Nottingham Email Ewan Sloan I graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2018 with an MEng in Civil & Environmental Engineering. My ambition in choosing this course was to learn about the ways in which infrastructure and environment interact, and to […]

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Catherine Sheppard

Catherine Sheppard

PhD: Angry Damsels: Do Species Interactions After Overfishing Enhance or Inhibit Coral Reef Recovery? Location: Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University Email Catherine Sheppard I completed a BSc (Hons) degree in Zoology and MRes in Biological Sciences at the University of Exeter. My Masters’ thesis focused on individual specialisation in group-living mammals, investigating the effects of […]

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James Boon

James Boon

PhD: Aliens in the twilight zone: using robots to study and manage invasive lionfish on Caribbean mesophotic coral ecosystems. Location: University of Nottingham Email James Boon Twitter LinkedIn Profile I completed a BSc (Hons) degree in Conservation Biology at Plymouth University and an MSc in Marine Environmental Management at the University of York. My past […]

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Elliott Day

Elliott Day

PhD: Space Weather at Mid-Latitudes: Climatology, Dynamics and Drivers of Atmospheric Joule Heating Location: Physics Department, Lancaster University, Lancaster, LA1 4YB Email Elliott Day I graduated with an Mphys in Physics at the University of Leicester in 2019, during which I completed research projects investigating space weather impacts on Mars’ and Earth’s environment, where I […]

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Eve Draper

Eve Draper

PhD: Clean air for all? Air pollution, deprivation and health Location: School of Geography, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park, University of Nottingham Email Eve Draper I completed my undergraduate degree in Environmental Health at Cardiff Metropolitan University, it was here I developed a particular interest in Public Health and deprivation, my research project focused […]

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Elizabeth Flint

Elizabeth Flint

PhD: Understanding current and future impacts of public water supply on macronutrient cycles around the world Location: British Geological Survey (Wallingford) Email Elizabeth Flint Twitter I am a University of Bristol graduate, with an MSci in Environmental Geoscience. I am really excited to begin a PhD at the British Geological Survey in Wallingford this year […]

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