The following cryo-facing PhD projects, led by researchers in Durham Geography, are currently being advertised as part of the IAPETUS2 DTP (https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/studentships/):
· Controls on
20th century ice shelf dynamics in northeast Greenland (Supervisors: Dave Roberts,
James Smith, Louise Callard, Jerry Lloyd, Mike Bentley)
of East Antarctic outlet glaciers to recent and future climate change (Supervisors: Chris Stokes, Stewart Jamieson, Rachel Carr)
Global Monitoring of Glaciers with Deep Learning (Supervisors: Patrice Carbonneau, Chris Stokes, Rachel Carr)
response to freshwater forcing in the North Atlantic: Using the 8.2kyr Event to understand future climate change (Supervisors: Paola Moffa-Sanchez, Philippa Ascough,
Sarah Woodroffe, Erin McClymont, Dave Roberts, Jerry Lloyd)
does landscape evolution control ice-sheet dynamics? (Supervisors: Stewart Jamieson, Neil Ross, Pippa Whitehouse)
sheet – ocean interactions in northeast Greenland: the role of ocean warming on ice stream stability (Supervisors: Jerry Lloyd, Louise Callard, Paola Moffa-Sanchez,
Colm O'Cofaigh, Dave Roberts)
Rivers on ice: do supraglacial streams evolve like bedrock rivers? (Supervisors:
Rebecca Hodge, Richard Williams, Chris Stokes, Stewart Jamieson)
Projects are fully funded, and both UK and international students can apply through the NERC Iapetus2 Doctoral Training Partnership (https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/).
The application deadline is Friday 8th Jan
2021 at 5 pm (UK time), with an anticipated start date of September 2021.
For more information, please contact lead supervisors - details are listed on each project page.
Dr. Pippa Whitehouse (she/her)
Department of Geography
DH1 3LE, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)191 334 1877