2015_01: 8 PhD studentship opportunities available at the MBA for researchers interested in marine environmental science.

2015_01: 8 PhD studentship opportunities available at the MBA for researchers interested in marine environmental science.

http://www.mba.ac.uk/2014/12/10/8-phd-studentship-opportunities-available-at-the-mba-for-researchers-interested-in-marine-environmental-science/

SPITFIRE

  • Biophysics, physiology and climate change: unravelling the roles of physiological mechanisms in setting biogeographic ranges. Nova Mieszkowska and Steve Hawkins.
  • Ecological impacts of a global marine invader in coastal habitats. Dan Smale and Steve Hawkins
  • Microbial-invertebrate interactions in polluted marine sediment ecosystems.  Michael Cunliffe and Martin Solan.
  • Life on the move through deep time: the origins of optimal foraging strategies in animals. David Sims and Richard Twitchett. Metagenomic approach to determining ecosystem robustness.  Declan Schroeder, Tom Bibby and Mark Moore.

deadline: Thursday 08 January 2015


ENVEAST

  • Exploring the micro-environment around marine algae – impacts on photosynthesis and response to ocean acidification. Glen Wheeler, Colin Brownlee, Richard Geider and Tracy Lawson.

deadline: Midnight on Wednesday 07 January 2015

GW4+

  • Why do marine phytoplankton calcify? Fanny Monteiro, Tim Lenton, Colin Brownlee.
  • The influence of climate change on the structure and function of key marine species. Daniela Schmidt, Nova Mieszkowska and Emily Rayfield.

deadline: 1200hrs Thursday 15 January 2015

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SPITFIRE

  • Biophysics, physiology and climate change: unravelling the roles of physiological mechanisms in setting biogeographic ranges. Nova Mieszkowska and Steve Hawkins.
  • Ecological impacts of a global marine invader in coastal habitats. Dan Smale and Steve Hawkins
  • Microbial-invertebrate interactions in polluted marine sediment ecosystems.  Michael Cunliffe and Martin Solan.
  • Life on the move through deep time: the origins of optimal foraging strategies in animals. David Sims and Richard Twitchett. Metagenomic approach to determining ecosystem robustness.  Declan Schroeder, Tom Bibby and Mark Moore.

deadline: Thursday 08 January 2015

ENVEAST

  • Exploring the micro-environment around marine algae – impacts on photosynthesis and response to ocean acidification. Glen Wheeler, Colin Brownlee, Richard Geider and Tracy Lawson.

deadline: Midnight on Wednesday 07 January 2015

GW4+

  • Why do marine phytoplankton calcify? Fanny Monteiro, Tim Lenton, Colin Brownlee.
  • The influence of climate change on the structure and function of key marine species. Daniela Schmidt, Nova Mieszkowska and Emily Rayfield.

deadline:1200hrs Thursday 15 January 2015