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Simon Tarr

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PhD: Predicting climate change effects on Anolis lizards using physiological models and ecological traits Room B26E School of Geography Sir Clive Granger Building University Park Nottingham NG7 2RD Email Simon Tarr Website Twitter I completed my Undergraduate and Masters degrees in Zoology at the University of Nottingham before moving to the School of Geography. My […]

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Savannah Worne

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PhD: Investigating Bering Sea oceanographic controls on the Milankovitch orbital cycle climatic shift during the middle Pleistocene University of Nottingham Email Savannah Worne I recently graduated from BSc Geography at the University of Nottingham, completing my dissertation research using the sedimentary diatom assemblage and photosynthetic pigments to assess environmental change over the last hundred years […]

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Sarah Goertz

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PhD: Causes and consequences of Immune variation in rodents University of Nottingham Email Sarah Goertz Researchgate Profile Linkedin Profile I am an enthusiastic and dedicated postgraduate research student. Previous work includes research on the utility of captive breeding and release programmes in conservation, a subject I feel very strongly about, as well as ecological changes […]

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Sam Robinson

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PhD: Logging impacts on forest soil biodiversity and function in Borneo Lancaster University Email Sam Robinson I completed a Masters in Ecology and Conservation at Lancaster Environment Centre, through which I developed a particular interest in effects of tropical land-use change on biogeochemical cycling and ecosystem services, including global climate systems. My dissertation focussed on […]

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Paul McLachlan

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PhD: Revealing hydrological and biogeochemical heterogeneity at the groundwater-surface water interface using geophysics Room LG506 LEC 1 Building Lancaster University Lancaster LA1 4YQ Email Paul McLachlan I studied Geology at the University of Edinburgh for my undergraduate degree. During this time I also had the opportunity to complete environmental science placements at the University of […]

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Emma Gray

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PhD: Measuring and Modelling the Effects of Climate Change on Cyanobacteria in Lakes Room A44 Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Lancaster Environment Centre Library Avenue Bailrigg Lancaster LA1 4AP Email Emma Gray I completed my undergraduate degree in Physical Geography at Lancaster University where I focussed on topics including lakes, rivers and coastal systems. I […]

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Edward Lockhart

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PhD: Glacial sculpting and post-glacial drowning of the Celtic Sea School of Ocean Sciences Bangor University Email Edward Lockhart ORCiD Profile Changing climate, due to increasing concentrations of greenhouse gasses, threatens the long-term stability of marine terminating ice sheets through increased warming. Meltwater production from Greenland and West Antarctica can rapidly contribute to significant sea-level […]

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Chloe Brown

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PhD: Remote sensing investigation of how oil palm cultivation is degrading Malaysia’s tropical peatland ecosystem services Sir Clive Granger Building University of Nottingham Email Chloe Brown In 2015, I graduated from the University of Dundee with a BSc (Hons) degree in Geography and Environmental Science. During the course of my studies I became interested in […]

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Abby Wallwork

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PhD: Linking functional diversity with soil carbon dynamics in secondary tropical forests Email Abby Wallwork at CEH Email Abby Wallwork at Lancaster University Linkedin Profile ResearchGate Profile Twitter As an undergraduate, I studied environmental earth science at Aberystwyth University where I developed a keen interest in environmental geochemistry and soil-plant interactions, particularly in relation to […]

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Nick Primmer

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PhD: Mid-Low Latitude Holocene Climate Change using Varve Analysis University Of Nottingham Email Nick Primmer Twitter profile Project Link In 2013, I graduated from the University of Southampton in Geography, with a particularly keen interest in the Holocene‚Äôs palaeoclimate. Undergraduate research culminated with an environmental reconstruction from the early Holocene based on chironomid assemblages from […]

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