Applications Open for Funded PhD Project on Stream Ecosystems in UK

Posted by on 11 December 2017 | Comments

 

PHD PROJECT: TESTING THE EFFECT OF HYDROLOGICAL ALTERATION ON STREAM ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING

Applications are invited for a PhD studentship based at the University of Birmingham, UK. The post is fully funded by the European Commission as part of Euro-FLOW - a Marie Curie Innovative Training Network exploring the ecology of river flow modification. The post will involve experimental work in mesocosms, close collaboration among 15 PhD students on the ITN and training/travel opportunities at partner institutes around Europe.

Fixed term for 36 months, up to 44,995.84 Euros per annum

Project Start Date: March 2018 (neg)

Closing date: 08 Jan 2018

For full details, please CLICK HERE TO VIEW the advertisement for this Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher (PhD Studentship).

Informal enquiries should be directed to: Dr Mark Ledger (m.e.ledger@bham.ac.uk) or Prof. Alexander Milner (a.m.milner@bham.ac.uk).