SCENARIO NERC DTP

Subset of PhD Projects intersecting with the theme:


Earth observation and novel measurements


SC2018-03 Detail The characteristics of ground based pollutant flux measurement
Lead supervisor: Alan Robins, University of Surrey.
This project has CASE funding from the National Physical Laboratory.

SC2018-05 Detail Turbulent dispersion and thermal flux in the urban canopy
Lead supervisor: Phil Hancock, University of Surrey.

SC2018-08 Detail Developing more robust soil moisture products from SAR imagery
Lead supervisor: Keith Morrison, University of Reading.
This project will be working with the NERC LANDWISE consortium project.

SC2018-11 Detail Understanding monsoon cloud development using Doppler weather radar and high resolution modelling
Lead supervisor: Andrew Turner, University of Reading.

SC2018-15 Detail Sensors for real-time monitoring of drinking water quality and treatment processes
Lead supervisor: Dan Lapworth, BGS, Wallingford.
This project is based at BGS Wallingford.

SC2018-21 Detail Optimal exploitation of GNSS reflectometry signals for sensing land parameters
Lead supervisor: Craig Underwood, University of Surrey.
This project has CASE funding from Surrey Satellite Technologies Ltd.

SC2018-25 Detail Improving weather forecast skill through innovative use of satellite data
Lead supervisor: Sue Hughes, University of Surrey.
This project has CASE funding from the Met Office.

SC2018-27 Detail Using Sentinel satellite remote sensing data to monitor the state of grasslands across a range of management intensities
Lead supervisor: Anne Verhoef, University of Reading.

SC2018-28 Detail Video Quantifying the impact of increased atmospheric CO2 and climate change on photosynthesis using Solar Induced Fluorescence
Lead supervisor: Tristan Quaife, University of Reading.
This project has CASE funding from NERC Centre for Earth Observation.

SC2018-31 Detail Energy transfer in marine ecosystems based on phytoplankton size structure from satellite remote sensing
Lead supervisor: Shovonlal Roy, University of Reading.
This project has CASE funding from CEFAS.


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