SCENARIO NERC DTP

Subset of PhD Projects intersecting with the theme:


Ecosystems and biosphere


SC2018-07 Detail Video Indirect effects of emerging tree diseases on communities of woodland birds
Lead supervisor: Richard Broughton, CEH, Wallingford.
This project has CASE funding from the Bartlett Tree Experts.

SC2018-13 Detail Video Forecasting land management and climate effects on earthworm populations
Lead supervisor: Alice Johnston, University of Reading.
This project has CASE funding from Syngenta.

SC2018-17 Detail Accumulation of legacy phosphorus in farmland ponds : implications for nutrient management and water quality
Lead supervisor: Steve Robinson, University of Reading.
This project has involvement from the Environment Agency.

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.

SC2018-30 Detail Video Quantifying the effectiveness of natural flood management in lowland catchments
Lead supervisor: Gareth Old, CEH, Wallingford.
This project has CASE funding from the Evenlode Catchment Partnership.

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.

SC2018-35 Detail Money spiders as an 'evosystem service' in agri-landscapes
Lead supervisor: Richard Walters, University of Reading.


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