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Javier Gonzalez Barrios

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PhD: Confronting the Changing Diversity Patterns of Coral Reefs Location: Lancaster Environmental Centre, Lancaster University Email Javier Gonzalez Barrios Twitter Javier is an Envision DTP NERC funded PhD student at Lancaster Environment Centre, supervised by Prof Nick Graham, Dr Sally Keith, Dr Gareth Williams (Bangor University) and Prof Joshua Cinner (James Cook University). Javier completed […]

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Jordan Blanchard-Lafayette

Jordan Lafayette

PhD: Country, calypso or carimbó? The role of cultural value shifts in advancing Amazonian deforestation frontiers Location – Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University Email Jordan Blanchard-Lafayette Twitter My PhD will focus on the role cultural value shifts in advancing deforestation frontiers in Amazonia, applying a cultural and social lens to better understand their links with […]

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Catrin Eden

Catrin Eden

PhD: Understanding how habitat quality, insect abundance and aquatic subsidies impact population change in a rapidly declining bird Location: Lancaster University Email Catrin Eden Twitter Linked In I studied biology at the University of Manchester from 2016-2020 where I focussed on ecology and conservation modules. I spent a year as a placement student with the […]

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Catherine Walker

Catherine Walker

PhD: The War-torn Woodlands of Britain: Reconstructing the ecological impacts of historical disturbance Location: Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH), Lancaster Email Catherine Walker LinkedIn Twitter My drive to pursue a PhD in woodland ecology began after volunteering at my local woodland, Birchanger Wood, in Hertfordshire. Now a trustee of the wood, this experience has […]

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Archita Bhattacharyya

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PhD: Altered states: The mysterious microbial ecosystem beneath our feet: Unravelling groundwater microbiology Location: British Geological Survey, Wallingford University: Lancaster University Email Archita Bhattacharyya Twitter Facebook I have completed M.Sc. in Geology from IIT Kharagpur, India and B.Sc. in Geology from University of Burdwan, India. I found my passion to study hydrogeology during my B.Sc. […]

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Confronting the Changing Diversity Patterns of Coral Reefs

Confronting the Changing Diversity Patterns of Coral Reefs

Coral reef ecosystems are in a state of change. Increasingly frequent and severe disturbances, and escalation of human interactions, are transforming many tropical coral reefs. At the same time, species are extending their ranges toward higher latitudes at remarkable pace, with tropical species encroaching temperate rocky reef environments. Despite these changes to the organisation of […]

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Seeing into the subsurface – next generation geophysical imaging for environmental and engineering hazard monitoring

Seeing into the subsurface – next generation geophysical imaging for environmental and engineering hazard monitoring

Are you looking to transfer your experience of computational methods to tackling some important Earth science problems?   We are interested in imaging the shallow subsurface (the top 100m of the Earth’s crust – the bit we rely on for water and many other resources and the bit that can change rapidly, e.g. a landslide, and […]

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