The Plymouth Marine Laboratory and the University of Exeter are currently accepting applications for a fully funded PhD studentship Program. The citizens of UK and EU are invited to apply. They will participate in a PhD program for Monitoring Arctic ocean acidification from space using satellite Earth Observations. The deadline is August 31, 2018.
This is a fully-funded program.
Level and Area of Studies
PhD program for Monitoring Arctic ocean acidification from space using satellite Earth Observations.
Place of Study
In the United Kingdom.
Eligibility and Criteria
The student would be initially, for the first year, based in the University of Exeter’s Centre for Geography, Environment and Society, at the Penryn campus in Penryn, Cornwall. For the following years, they will then be expected to work at PML, within the Remote Sensing, Marine Biology, and Biogeochemistry groups in Plymouth, Devon. Research visits to Norway are also anticipated.
Only UK and EU citizens are invited to apply.
See the link below.
31 August 2018.