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

Powered by WordPress. Designed by WooThemes

css.php