PhD projects 2013 availables at University of Ulster

The following PhD projects are currently available in the School of Environmental Sciences, University of Ulster.

Project Title: Airflow and sediment dynamics in temperate dune fields  

Supervisors: Prof. Derek Jackson and Prof. Andrew Cooper

External advisor(s): Dr Meiring Beyers, Kilmaat Consulting, Canada

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Project Title: Airflow and sediment dynamics in arid dune fields

Supervisors: Prof. Derek Jackson and Prof. Andrew Cooper

External advisor(s): Dr Meiring Beyers, Kilmaat Consulting, Canada

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PhD Project title: Sedimentology and genesis of coral rubble ridges of the Virgin Islands

Supervisors: Prof Andrew Cooper, Prof. Derek Jackson

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PhD Project title: South Pacific beach ridges: sedimentology and genesis

Supervisors: Prof Andrew Cooper, Prof. Derek Jackson

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PhD Project Title: Variability of the British-Irish Ice Sheet in the Rockall Trough (North Atlantic) through ice-rafted debris and micro-faunal record.

Supervisors: Dr Sara Benetti and Dr Paul Dunlop

External advisor(s): Dr. Aggeliki Georgiopoulou (University College Dublin), Dr Shane Tyrrell (National University of Ireland, Galway); Dr Robin Edwards (Trinity College Dublin); Fabio Sacchetti (Marine Institute of Ireland)

 

Note: non-UK and non-EU applicants are also very welcome to apply but please first read funding information at: http://research.ulster.ac.uk/info/prospective/funding.html#international 

 

The closing date for applications is 8th March 2013.

 

Full application details can be found at:

http://research.ulster.ac.uk/info/researchopp/opportunity%202013.html 

 

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