PhD Research Studentships in Geography ~

22 de mayo de 2004

PhD Research Studentships in Geography

The School of Earth Sciences and Geography has University-funded research studentships to commence in October 2004.
The School has recently opened new suites of teaching and research laboratories, and facilities include the Natural Environment Research Council ICP-MS Facility.
Projects potentially available are listed below and you may apply if you have, or expect to obtain in 2004, a good honours degree (1st or 2:1 or their equivalent) or an MRes or MSc in an appropriate subject.
Further information and details of the application procedure can be obtained from Dr Stella Bignold, School of Earth Sciences and Geography, Kingston University, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE (tel: 020 8547 8850 or e-mail: Candidates may also obtain details of the projects from the first-named supervisor. Supervisors' contact details, and information about the School can be found on our website at
The closing date for applications is Thursday, 24 June 2004, and it is anticipated that interviews will be held on or around 15 July 2004.
Evaluation of the impact of treated wastewaters discharges on river water quality.
Dr P.Hooda & Dr S. Downward
Phosphorus loss in runoff from sewage sludge applied soils.
Dr P. Hooda & Dr S. Downward
Dinoflagellate cysts: relationships to sequence stratigraphy, sea level change and waterdepth.
Dr I. Jarvis, Dr M. Waller & Dr A. Swan
Community-based rural planning: evaluating recent initiatives in the UK.
Prof. G. Robinson & Dr A. Hughes
The spatial patterns of the self-employed in the city: the significance of distance and transport facilities for success in business.
Dr I. Strüder & Dr N. Walford
Longitudinal analysis of population migration: combining GIS and survey approaches to explore spatial and temporal scale effects on long-term population change.
Dr N. Walford & Dr K. Lynch

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