Swindon SN6 8LA
Compensation: Up to £14,553 (tax free) plus fees* for 3 years
Paid Full-time Fixed term / contract
This PhD studentship is part of the NERC-funded Soils-R-GGREAT project. The PhD focuses on the consequential Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of managing agricultural and forestry systems through increased soil carbon and biochar addition, worldwide. This PhD offers a unique opportunity to interact with a range of several leading universities (University of Edinburgh, University of Aberdeen, and SRUC) to tackle and fight climate change by carrying out an environmental assessment of soil carbon management.
Candidates should have a first or upper second class UK honours degree or equivalent in a related discipline, such as agricultural science, soil sciences, applied mathematics or economics. If you are expecting to have a degree, you are still eligible under the conditions that the degree is obtained by January 2018. Some experience and knowledge on LCA is required. You should be confident with modelling and database management. Ideally you should have some experience in publishing either by submitting a scientific publication, a poster or full paper.
Sponsored by NERC, this studentship will provide a bursary of up to £14.553. (tax free) plus fees* for 3 years. *The PhD funding is eligible to UK and EU nationals.
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