Accurate estimates of agricultural greenhouse gas emissions underpin national land use policy and subsequent targets, e.g. the recent UK target for net zero carbon emissions… Read More »Extreme weather events exacerbate nitrous oxide emissions from soil (Extreme-N2O)
Estuaries connect terrestrial and marine environments, providing one of the most productive ecosystems on Earth. Complex land-sea interactions combined with intensive land-use and land-value mean… Read More »Pathways to Realistic Impact Modelling in Estuarine Areas (PRIMEA)
The ecological impact of artificial light at night has been a rapidly growing field of global change science in recent years. While understanding of direct… Read More »Artificial skyglow impacts on the chronobiology of marine organisms
Aerodynamic invasions: does the biomechanics of flight affect dispersal and genetic diversity in invasive species?
Invasive species represent one of the most pressing threats to earth’s biodiversity. This ENVISION PhD studentship is an exciting opportunity to work at the interface… Read More »Aerodynamic invasions: does the biomechanics of flight affect dispersal and genetic diversity in invasive species?
Arctic summers are now characterized by ever-expanding areas of open water exposed by the declining sea ice. This dramatic decline has input fresh meltwater to… Read More »Arctic sea-ice decline: An opening for more wind energy input to the ocean?
What lurks beneath: unravelling the chemically-guided ecological interactions of Armillaria fungi, a devastating group of subterranean forest pathogens
Armillaria species, are devastating fungal root-rot pathogens that affect over 500 woody plant species globally. They are facultative necrotrophs that colonise and attack the cambium… Read More »What lurks beneath: unravelling the chemically-guided ecological interactions of Armillaria fungi, a devastating group of subterranean forest pathogens
River deltas occupy about 0.6% of the Earth’s surface area, but contain 4% of the world’s population (about 300,000,000 people). They are also frequently highly… Read More »Delta dynamics: lessons from the Chao Phraya
Aliens in the twilight zone: using robots to study and manage invasive lionfish on Caribbean mesophotic coral ecosystems
Invasive lionfish threaten native Caribbean marine biodiversity. Lionfish predate unchecked on native fish which, unlike in the lionfish’s native Indo-Pacific, have no evolved defence. Current… Read More »Aliens in the twilight zone: using robots to study and manage invasive lionfish on Caribbean mesophotic coral ecosystems
Drinking water ponds in southern Bangladesh: blending traditional and scientific management approaches
We are looking for a student with strong interests in freshwater sciences and complex development problems to work with a large transdisciplinary international team. Bangladesh… Read More »Drinking water ponds in southern Bangladesh: blending traditional and scientific management approaches
Accelerated climate change and environmental degradation make it necessary to improve our understanding of, and ability to predict, species’ responses to environmental change. The availability… Read More »Abundance within species’ ranges: understanding species’ responses to environmental change