Wednesday, December 11, 2013

PhD studentship opportunities in Cambridge (UK)

The Cambridge Earth System Science Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) has been awarded 15 studentships from the Natural Environment Research Council, and other funds may be available to increase this (studentships to start in October 2014). The DTP brings together 7 university departments and the British Antarctic Survey. One of the three themes of the DTP is Climate and within this many of the project outlines are palaeoclimate-based. These include projects using ice cores, marine sediments, ones looking at Holocene climate change, past glaciations and the dynamics of glacial cycles, as well as novel proxies.

For further details and to apply, please go to:

where you can browse the available projects.

Source: PYRN

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