2 fully funded PhD studentships, Southampton, UK

Two fully funded PhD studentships are available at the University of Southampton, UK, Palaeoecology Laboratory (PLUS) and Earth Surface Dynamics Research groups.

Descriptions

1. Tropical Pacific Climate Change
Quantifying the frequency and impacts of ENSO driven droughts in tropical Pacific Island Nations
with Professor David Sear, Prof. Justin Sheffield and Prof. Ian Croudace (NOC)
http://noc.ac.uk/gsnocs/project/stress-paradise-quantifying-frequency-and-impacts-enso-driven-droughts-tropical

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2. When was the South Pacific colonised?
A lake sediment approach to understanding climate-human drivers of ecosystem change on remote Pacific Islands
with Dr Sandra Nogué, Prof Mary Edwards, Prof Will Gosling (Amsterdam), Prof David Sear & Prof Janet Wilmshurst (Auckland)
http://noc.ac.uk/gsnocs/project/when-was-south-pacific-colonised-lake-sediment-approach-understanding-climatehuman-0

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Eligibility and funding details

These are RCUK SPITFIRE studentships open to UK and EU applicants who meet the SPITFIRE eligibility. These projects are also open to ANY high quality applicants who meet funding criteria by applying to Geography & the Environment: https://studentrecords.soton.ac.uk/BNNRPROD/bzsksrch.P_Login?pos=7137&majr=7137&term=201819

To check your eligibility and find information on how to apply go here: http://www.spitfire.ac.uk/how-apply

UK applicants and EU students who meet the RCUK eligibility criteria please apply to SPITFIRE: https://studentrecords.soton.ac.uk/BNNRPROD/bzsksrch.P_Login?pos=7192&majr=7192&term=201819