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Using eDNA and stable isotopes in lake sediment cores to inform wetland conservation

PhD Studentships

VAN HARDENBROEK Maarten

Dear colleagues,

We are looking for high-quality applicants for two fully-funded PhD studentships based at Newcastle University and Northumbria University. Selection will be based on strength of applicant’s CV and fit to the project.

Using eDNA and stable isotopes in lake sediment cores to inform wetland conservation by examining causes of declineof rare water bird species (NERC CASE studentship with Wildfowl and Wetland Trust)
https://research.ncl.ac.uk/media/sites/researchwebsites/oneplanet/OP20279%20-%20OnePlanetProjectproposal_Form_2ndCohort2020_eDNA%20waterfowl.pdf

Dung fungi and DNA: recording the decline of reptiles on oceanic islands
https://research.ncl.ac.uk/media/sites/researchwebsites/oneplanet/OP20315%20-%20OnePlanetProjectproposal_Pound_11_11_19_REVISED.pdf

The deadline for applications is 31 January 2020. Details of how to apply can be found on the OnePlanet website: https://research.ncl.ac.uk/one-planet/howtoapply/

Please forward to any potential applicants and colleagues that might be interested in this. Feel free to contact me for any formal/informal enquiries: maarten.vanhardenbroek at ncl.ac.uk, or contact Dr Darren Evans: darren.evans at ncl.ac.uk

Best wishes,
Maarten

Dr Maarten van Hardenbroek
Lecturer in Physical Geography
School of Geography Politics and Sociology
Daysh Building 2.18a, Newcastle University
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU, United Kingdom
T: +44 191 208 3567

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