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Behaviour, morphology and genetics of cichlid fish undergoing ecological speciation

Behaviour, morphology and genetics of cichlid fish undergoing ecological speciation 400 x 400 px

We are seeking a PhD student to work as part of an interdisciplinary team, based at Bangor University, with collaborators in the Universities of Bristol and Cambridge. The project will focus on characterizing behavioural, physiological and morphological traits of cichlid fishes under laboratory conditions. These fish have been bred in the research aquarium at Bangor, […]

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Atmospheric CO2 concentrations during the last greenhouse

Atmospheric CO2 concentrations during the last greenhouse 400 x 400 px

The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that evidence for global warming is unequivocal and is very likely anthropogenic in origin. However, climate change is not solely anthropogenic and throughout the majority of the Phanerozoic the Earth has been a greenhouse world. Deciphering the climate system and the first order relationship between climate and […]

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Atmosphere-biosphere interactions: UV, ozone and the Earth system

Atmosphere-biosphere interactions UV, ozone and the Earth system 400 x 400 px

Good environmental policy has to be founded on high-quality environmental science, but delivering the research needed by policy makers can be a challenge. The Montreal protocol is widely held to be the most successful global environmental agreement of all time, but policy-makers, in the UN and around the world, find it hard to define just […]

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