Researchers starting in 2015

PhD Researcher Profiles

University of Bath“>The Influence of Breathing Sediment on oxygen dynamics and the marine benthos

Researcher: Rebecca Ellis
Theme(s): Solid Earth“>Multidimensional evolution in a social microbe

Researcher: Laurie Belcher
Theme(s): Living World

University of Bristol“>Vestiges of the Earliest Crust; Crustal Evolution in the Yilgarn Craton, Australia

Researcher: Leanne Staddon
Theme(s): Solid Earth“>Using biogeophysical fingerprinting of ancient subglacial ices to infer in situ conditions at ice sheet beds

Researcher: Matthew Marshall
Theme(s): Living World“>Tracking solar nebula evolution with analyses of single chondrules

Researcher: Tim Gregory
Theme(s): Solid Earth“>The evolution of feathers and colour patterns in birds and other dinosaurs

Researcher: Fiann Smithwick
Theme(s): Living World“>The Causes and Consequences of “Rootless” Eruptions

Researcher: Frances Boreham
Theme(s): Solid Earth“>Radiocarbon measurements to balance the UK carbon budget

Researcher: Katherine Pugsley
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Morphogenesis and development in the Ediacaran macrobiota

Researcher: Frances Dunn
Theme(s): Solid Earth“>Modelling the Flow and mass budget of the Patagonian ice fields

Researcher: Stephen Ingram
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Mind the Gap: the importance of flowering phenology in habitat restoration

Researcher: Thomas Timberlake
Theme(s): Living World“>Metagenomic Insights into biogeochemical cycles of the cryosphere

Researcher: Maisie Nash
Theme(s): Living World“>Impacts of anthropogenic noise on fish reproduction, development and survival

Researcher: Harry Harding
Theme(s): Living World“>Glassy and Ultraviscous Aerosol

Researcher: Claire Donnelly
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Fossils Versus molecular Clocks: which performs best in establishing a timescale for recent and ancient episodes in our evolutionary history?

Researcher: Holly Betts
Theme(s): Living World

Cardiff University“>Trophic Cascades and Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in two Contrasting River Catchments

Researcher: Frederic Windsor
Theme(s): Living World“>The role of heterotrophs in glacier surface ecosystem productivity

Researcher: Ewa Sypianska
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Real-time and remote monitoring of cleaner fish interactions

Researcher: Katie Dunkley
Theme(s): Living World“>Petrogenesis of the Kemi Chromite Deposit, Finland

Researcher: Kate Jillings
Theme(s): Solid Earth“>Impacts of Climate Change on wetland birds; from individual behaviour to population change

Researcher: Jeremy Smith
Theme(s): Living World“>How Hot is Hot? Palaeotemperatures in the Eocene Indo-Pacific Warm Pool

Researcher: Emanuela Piga
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Dynamics of demographic expansion and population structure in the otter Lutra lutra

Researcher: Nia Thomas
Theme(s): Living World“>Crystal-scale records of the mid-ocean ridge magma plumbing system

Researcher: Emma Bennett
Theme(s): Solid Earth“>Atmospheric CO2 variability During the Plio-Pleistocene

Researcher: Sophie Nuber
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Exeter University“>Where the bee flies: discovering the hidden ecology of bumblebees in Cornish Gardens

Researcher: Beth Roberts
Theme(s): Living World“>Unexplained limits on species distributions. What do they mean for conservation?

Researcher: Henry Hakkinen
Theme(s): Living World“>The role of habitat heterogeneity in climate-proofing conservation: integrating effects of microclimate on population dynamics and local adaptation

Researcher: James Stewart
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Social brains and behaviour in cooperative insect societies

Researcher: Feargus Cooney
Theme(s): Living World“>Quantifying the ecological and evolutionary responses of photosymbiotic mutualisms to warming

Researcher: Ben Makin
Theme(s): Living World“>Investigating cryospheric water stores in central Asian rock glaciers using remote sensing, climate modelling drones and field survey

Researcher: Darren Jones
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Individual and collective response to parasite risk in an extensive grazing system

Researcher: Caroline Liddell
Theme(s): Living World“>Epigenetic mechanisms of toxicity and tolerance to metals in fish

Researcher: Hannah Littler
Theme(s): Changing Planet, Living World“>Effect of fire on Amazon forest carbon and structure

Researcher: Stacey New
Theme(s): Changing Planet, Living World“>Disease transmission in dynamic social networks of dingoes

Researcher: Jared Wilson-Aggarwal
Theme(s): Living World“>Avian responses to novelty in a changing world

Researcher: Victoria Lee
Theme(s): Living World

British Antarctic Survey“>Who Wins When the Competition Heats Up? Effects of climate change on interactions among three Antarctic penguin species

Researcher: Harriet Clewlow
Theme(s): Living World“>Southern Ocean mesopelagic organisms: scales, drivers and the effects of climate variability

Researcher: Tracey Dornan
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>8 degrees C of Greenland warming? Ice cores and ice sheet loss during the Last Interglacial

Researcher: Irene Malmierca
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Centre for Ecology and Hydrology“>The potential impacts of climate change on ecosystem carbon storage across contrasting tree-lines in the Peruvian Andes and the European Arctic

Researcher: Jennifer Michel
Theme(s): Living World

Natural History Museum“>A Historic Reef-Coral ‘health’ baseline from the Chagos archipelago

Researcher: Rebecca Summerfield
Theme(s): Changing Planet

Plymouth Marine Laboratory“>The Marine environment, human well-being and environmental valuation

Researcher: Rebecca Shellock
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Particles, chemicals and the marine food web

Researcher: Sarah Nelms
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Microplastics in the marine environment: From top to bottom

Researcher: Rachel Coppock
Theme(s): Changing Planet“>Investigating the role of benthic-pelagic coupling of microbial communities in carbon cycling within the Western Channel Observatory

Researcher: Joanna Warwick-Dugdale
Theme(s): Living World

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