2016-17 Intake

Student Researcher Profiles

University of Bath

Raising the roof

Researcher: Matthew Griffith
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Physical drivers of water quality in artificially destratified lakes and reservoirs

Researcher: Emily Slavin
Theme(s): Changing Planet

University of Bristol

The Genes for Parasitism in the Parasitic Nematode Strongyloides ratti

Researcher: Rebecca Cole
Theme(s): Living World

Storms and dust: Investigating terrestrial inputs and their impacts on the Equatorial Atlantic over glacial-interglacial cycles

Researcher: George Rowland
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Predator personality and cognition: their impacts on prey

Researcher: Andrew Szopa-Comley
Theme(s): Living World

On the eve of the Cambrian Explosion: Palaeobiology and preservation of the Ediacaran Weng’an Biota (Doushantuo Fm, South China)

Researcher: Emma Landon
Theme(s): Living World

Monitoring and Understanding Volcanic Processes with InSAR

Researcher: Jessica Williamson
Theme(s): Solid Earth

Monitoring and Modelling Induced Seismicity in the UK

Researcher: Tom Kettlety
Theme(s): Solid Earth

Melting Patagonian Ice Fields as a source of nutrient to marine ecosystems

Researcher: Helena Pryer
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Investigating the bioavailability of organic nutrients to freshwater biota

Researcher: Catherine Bayliss
Theme(s): Living World

Insights into granite-related mineralisation from in situ studies of accessory minerals

Researcher: Luke Neal
Theme(s): Solid Earth

Improving volcanic risk mitigation at Fuego Volcano, Guatemala

Researcher: Ailsa Naismith
Theme(s): Living World, Solid Earth

Evolutionary innovations and convergence in Mesozoic marine reptiles: locomotory adaptations to ocean ecosystems

Researcher: Susana Gutarra
Theme(s): Living World

Evolution of the Greenland Ice Sheet from satellite altimetry and SAR

Researcher: Jennifer Maddalena
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Collapse of the former Barents Sea Ice Sheet: an analogue for a future West Antarctica

Researcher: Matt Trevers
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Causes and consequences of dramatic carbon cycle perturbations of the past

Researcher: Markus Adloff
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Arctic methane tipping points – watching the atmosphere for change

Researcher: Angharad Stell
Theme(s): Changing Planet, Living World

Cardiff University

Exeter University

The influence of foraging success on marine turtle migration and breeding and the ecological impact of a changing climate

Researcher: Julia Haywood
Theme(s): Living World

Tasmanian Devil declines and their effects on predator ecology

Researcher: Olivia Bell
Theme(s): Living World

Linking proglacial and subglacial geomorphology in southwest Greenland

Researcher: Oliver Bartlett
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Late Quaternary changes in the Westerly Winds over the Southern Ocean

Researcher: Alex Whittle
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Improving turbulence representation in high-resolution numerical weather prediction

Researcher: John Kealy
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Impact of combined climate change stressors on marine fish and fisheries

Researcher: Daniel Montgomery
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Global change during the Jurassic; applying multiproxy studies to outcrop and cores

Researcher: Alex Hudson
Theme(s): Solid Earth

Fishers’ behavioural responses to severe weather events: Understanding economic implications and the potential for risk transfer to the insurance industry

Researcher: Nigel Sainsbury
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Development of exploration tools for granite-breccia-hosted mineral deposits

Researcher: Callum Scott
Theme(s): Solid Earth

Assessing and managing ecological impacts of marine anthropogenic noise

Researcher: Tim Gordon
Theme(s): Living World

Arctic Sea Ice and Extreme Weather

Researcher: James Warner
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Adapting to climate change: the impact of changing day light regimes on range-shifting insect populations

Researcher: Rachel Kehoe
Theme(s): Living World

British Antarctic Survey

British Geological Survey

Centre for Ecology and Hydrology

Natural History Museum

Met Office

No projects found

Plymouth Marine Laboratory

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