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For query: Biogeochemical modelling:

  1. Catastrophe Modelling of UK Storm Surge Risk
  2. Mathematical modelling of large volcanic jets through lakes
  3. Droughts and floods in the boreal; inducing flow reversals and biogeochemical hot spots through catchment scale hydrological manipulations
  4. Predicting the fate of resistance genes, plasmids and hosts in mixed communities
  5. Dust fluxes in the high latitudes: quantification and drivers
  6. Modelling the physical and chemical evolution of pollutants in the complex urban environment.
  7. Are bacteriophages important mediators of horizontal gene transfer in the marine environment ?
  8. Geological drivers of the Asian monsoon
  9. Climatic consequences of geologically realistic methane emissions from large igneous provinces
  10. Digital field mapping and modelling: using emerging technologies to reduce uncertainty in geological models
  11. Modelling environmental controls on different dune forms in central Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
  12. The dawn of calcifying plankton: a revolution in climate regulation
  13. Investigating the trace gas emissions of biomass burning in the Earth system
  14. Air flow through Heterogeneous Woodlands and its role in global CO2 uptake
  15. Global air quality impact of the interaction between forests and air pollution.
  16. Revealing the secrets of the ‘known unknown’ genes in marine bacteria
  17. Enrichment of critical elements in granites: melting process or protolith?
  18. Carbon fluxes along environmental and altitudinal gradients in the Colombian Andes
  19. The stratigraphy and emplacement of the Antrim lavas (SEAL)
  20. Detection of Small Emission Sources from Space
  21. Exploiting cell-phone signal disturbances for urban flood warning systems in mega-cities
  22. Investigations of atmospheric gravity waves with SuperDARN
  23. Improved understanding of nitrous oxide “hot-spot” dynamics in upland soils
  24. Disentangling the synergistic effects of habitat loss, climate change, and invasive species on biodiversity: an holistic approach to global environmental change research
  25. Alan Radbourne
  26. MacKay
  27. Sophie Comer-Warner
  28. Vasileios Matthaios
  29. Nicolai Brekenfeld
  30. Genetic Dark Matter? Functional characterization of a non-coding RNA regulation of microbial metabolism of climate active trace gases.
  31. Identifying drivers for antibiotic resistance in river systems
  32. Resilience to change in a fast-changing environment: vegetation productivity in the high Arctic
  33. Deciphering the phosphorus cycle in soils: towards an understanding of mineral dissolution by microbially produced organic and inorganic acids
  34. Multi-scale remote sensing of high latitude dust
  35. Natural Flood Management: How could our future rural landscape look?
  36. Assessing the impact of in-channel vegetation on flood risk
  37. Brown hares, land use and predation risk
  38. Functional morphology of Oviraptorosauria and the evolution of dietary diversity in theropods
  39. Building the evidence base for the environmental benefits of urban trees with citizen science
  40. Iodine volatilisation from the ocean
  41. Assessment of ClNO2 as a missing oxidant in the UK atmosphere
  42. Uncovering the links between agricultural trace gas emissions and crop productivity
  43. Climate change impacts on subsistence agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa – an exploration using data assimilation with the JULES land surface model.
  44. Next generation winter road maintenance forecasts using data from the Internet of Things
  45. Does forest structure hold the key to understanding forest carbon uptake?
  46. Total Atmospheric Emissions from the Biosphere
  47. The fate of microplastics accumulating at groundwater-surface water interfaces
  48. Human alteration of the nitrogen cycle: Implications for denitrification and nitrous oxide emission from forest soils
  49. Dr James Bendle
  50. Amelia Bulcock
  51. Jess Palmer
  52. Sarah Twohig
  53. Boris Berkhout
  54. Tessa Driessen
  55. Maxwell Rayner
  56. Nicole Reilly
  57. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH)
  58. Quaternary and methylated amine cycle in coastal oceans: new genes, novel microbes and unexpected pathways
  59. Microbial lipid cycling in the oceans: an integrated ‘omics’ approach
  60. Pushing Boundaries in Ecohydrological Geophysics to Test the Two-Water Worlds Model
  61. Direct insights into drivers of palaeohydrological change in southern Africa, as revealed by leaf wax D analysis of rock hyrax middens
  62. Cooling and hydrothermal history of Rochechouart Impact Crater
  63. Regulation of the tropical ocean by the polar ocean in a warm climate
  64. High Resolution Thermal Imaging for Earth Observation
  65. Melt fragmentation during giant impact events: a volcanological approach
  66. A Big Data Approach to Forecasting Global Hydrological Extremes
  67. Role of the Sahara and Saharan dust in global climate
  68. Climate or tectonics as the dominant driver of global climate and ocean circulation patterns in ancient high-CO2 worlds?
  69. Thermal dynamics of the River Danube: long-term responses to environmental change
  70. Designing for Flood Resilience: The role for Green Infrastructure
  71. Post-subduction magmatism and mineralisation: the Tuvatu gold deposit, Fiji
  72. Enabling wildtype behavioural ecology in captive parrot species
  73. Maternal effects and rate of epigenetic adaptation
  74. Projecting hydroclimatic extremes in the Himalayas for the 21st century
  75. Solar cycle variations in ionospheric Joule heating
  76. Developing a robust, compact laser-based aerosol sensing system
  77. Small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS; drones) for mapping vegetation patterns and processes on peatlands.
  78. Microplastics as conduits of flame retardants in birds feeding on landfills
  79. Uncertainties of Severe Extra-tropical Storms under Anthropogenic Climate Change
  80. Hot stuff? Evaluating the human exposure hazard presented by land contaminated with organic flame retardants
  81. Hydrological response to agricultural land degradation in the Lesser Himalayas
  82. 2017/18 Timetables
  83. Prof. David Scanlan
  84. Clare Warren