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AberdeenGeoNetZeroAssessing the viability of the onshore lava fields of the British and Irish Paleogene Igneous Province (BIPIP) in sequestration of CO2
Nick Schofield (Aberdeen), David Jolley (Aberdeen), Simon Holford (Adelaide), David Muirhead (Aberdeen), John Underhill (Heriot-Watt)
29/1/2021https://www.abdn.ac.uk/geosciences/documents/Schofield%20et%20al_Final%20GNZ%20CDT.pdf
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BGSIAPETUS2
What controls critical metal (Sn-W-Ta) deposit formation in granite batholiths? Unravelling the magmatic-hydrothermal evolution of the Bushveld complex and Cornubian ore-field
Dr Simon Tapster (British Geological Survey), Dr Nick Gardiner (St Andrews), Dr Nick Roberts (British Geological Survey).8/1/2021
https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/assets/university/schools/school-of-earth-and-environmental-sciences/documents/phd-project-descriptions/2021%20Gardiner%20Granites.pdf
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BirkbeckLondon DTPSeismically Imaging beneath Paektu/Changbaishan VolcanoDr James Hammond (Birkbeck), Maxim Ballmer (UCL)Contact Supervisorhttps://london-nerc-dtp.org/2020/08/18/seismically-imaging-beneath-paektu-changbaishan-volcano/
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BriminghamCENTAMagma-reservoir evolution following edifice destruction at Krakatau and ritter volcanoesDr Sebastian Watt (Birmingham), Dr Victoria Smith; (Oxford), Dr Michael Cassidy (Oxford), Dr Chiara Petrone (NHM)11/01/2021https://centa.ac.uk/studentship/magma-reservoir-evolution-following-edifice-destruction-at-krakatau-and-ritter-volcanoes/
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BriminghamCENTAHow fast is the formation of new subduction zones:? Dr Marco Maffione (Birmingham)11/01/2021https://centa.ac.uk/studentship/how-fast-is-the-formation-of-new-subduction-zones/
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BriminghamCENTADid the North Atlantic Igneous province drive the paleocene-eocene thermal maximum
Dr Stephen M Jones (Birmingham), Dr John R Hopper (Geological Survey of Denmark & Greenland), Dr Sarah Greene (Birmingham)
11/01/2021https://centa.ac.uk/studentship/did-the-north-atlantic-igneous-province-drive-the-paleocene-eocene-thermal-maximum/
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BriminghamCENTARifting to continetnal breakup: comparing the tectonic evolution of the porcupine basin and rockfall trough with the breakup of West Spain. Dr Tim Reston (Birmingham), Dr Steve Jones (Birmingham), Dr Rob Hardy (Tonnta, Dublin, Ireland)11/01/2021
https://centa.ac.uk/studentship/rifting-to-continental-breakup-comparing-the-tectonic-evolution-of-the-porcupine-basin-and-rockall-trough-with-breakup-west-of-spain/
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BristolGW4+Quantifying magmatic processes of pantellerites from Mayor Island (Tuhua), Taupo Volcanic Zone, New ZealandHeidy Mader (Bristol), Richard Brooker (Bristol), Geoff Kilgour (GNS Science)8/1/2021http://www.bristol.ac.uk/media-library/sites/earthsciences/documents/MADER_Quantifying_magmatic_processes_pantellerites.pdf
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BristolGW4+The thermal history of the continental lithosphere; a perspective from diamonds and their inclusions
Simon Kohn (Bristol) Laura Speich (SSEF, The Swiss Gemmological Institute), Ian Parkinson (Bristol), Galina Bulanova (Bristol), Christopher Smith (School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol)
8/1/2021http://www.bristol.ac.uk/media-library/sites/earthsciences/documents/KOHN_Thermal_history_continental_lithosphere.pdf
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CambridgeC-CLEARVolatile emissions from volcanoes in Large Igneous ProvincesSally Gibson (Cambridge), Simon Passey (CASP), Ben Black, (City of New York) & Dereje Ayalew (Adis Ababa)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE201
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CambridgeC-CLEARTemporal and spatial variations in the oxidation state of Earth’s continental mantleSally Gibson (Cambridge)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE214
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CambridgeC-CLEARLinking volcanic sulfur emissions with deep Earth sulfur cycles: constraints from Galapagos volcanoesSally Gibson (Cambridge)7/1/2021Contact: https://www.esc.cam.ac.uk/directory/sally-gibson
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CambridgeC-CLEARProbing Volcanic Systems with Machine Learning for Quantitative PetrographyJohn Maclennan (Cambridge), David Wallis (Cambridge), Marian Holness (Cambridge)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE202
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CambridgeC-CLEARInvisible threats? Assessing hazard from volcanoes in long repose periodsAmy Donovan (Cambridge), Elisabeth Gallant (Cambridge) & Clive Oppenheimer (Cambridge)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE208
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CambridgeC-CLEARUnlocking the secrets of lithium in volcanic systemsMarie Edmonds (Cambridge), David Neave (Manchester), Madeleine Humphreys (Durham) & Ben Ellis (ETH Zurich)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE209
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CambridgeC-CLEARVirtual Reality and 3D Visualisation for Volcano MonitoringMarie Edmonds (Cambridge), Emma Liu (UCL), Oliver Kreylos (California)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE210
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CambridgeC-CLEARDiffuse degassing of magmatic carbon dioxide from the Askja region of IcelandMarie Edmonds (Cambridge), John Maclennan (Cambridge), Margaret Hartley (Manchester)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE211
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CambridgeC-CLEARQuantifying global volcanic ash-aviation risksMarie Edmonds (Cambridge), Andrew Coburn (Centre for Risk Studies, Judge Business School) & Claire Witham (Met Office)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE212
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CambridgeC-CLEARCrystal-melt segregation and the generation of large crystal-poor silicic eruptionsMarian Holness (Cambridge), Rex Taylor ( Southampton) & Mike Stock (Trinity College)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE215
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CambridgeC-CLEARDecoding crystal shape to unlock the history of igneous and metamorphic rocksMarian Holness (Cambridge), Emilie Ringe (Earth Sciences/Material Sciences & Metallurgy)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE216
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CambridgeC-CLEARLong-range impacts of the Youngest Toba Tuff eruption, 74,000 years agoChristine Lane (Cambridge), Céline Vidal (Cambridge) & Clive Oppenheimer (Cambridge)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE217
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CambridgeC-CLEARHawaiian mush: insights from ultramafic xenolithsJohn Maclennan (Cambridge), Marie Edmonds (Cambridge), Marian Holness (Cambridge)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE219
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CambridgeC-CLEARTiming the triggers of volcanic eruptions with diffusion chronometryJohn Maclennan (Cambridge), John Rudge (Cambridge)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE220
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CambridgeC-CLEARTracking melt movement through the Icelandic crust using microearthquakesNicholas Rawlinson (Cambridge), Robert (Bob) White (Cambridge) & Tom Winder (Cambridge)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE222
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CambridgeC-CLEARThe rheology of the partially molten mantleJohn Rudge (Cambridge)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE224
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CambridgeC-CLEARMagmatism as a Key to Unlocking Phanerozoic Dynamic TopographyNicky White (Cambridge), John Maclennan (Cambridge)7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE227
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CambridgeC-CLEARLengthscales of lithological and chemical heterogeneity in the upper mantle
Helen Williams (Cambridge), Simon Matthews (Iceland); Oliver Shorttle (Cambridge) & Kevin Burton, Department of Earth Sciences, Durham University
7/1/2021https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/SE233
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CambridgeC-CLEARVolcanic and anthropogenic signals in the oceanAnja Schmidt (Cambridge), Thomas Aubry (Cambridge), Lauren Marshall (Cambridge)
3/12/2020 (university scholarships)/ 7/1/2021 (DTP funding)
https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/CE227
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CambridgeC-CLEARClimatic and societal impacts of Icelandic volcanism
Anja Schmidt (Cambridge), Clive Oppenheimer (Ulf Büntgen), Christine Lane (Cambridge)
3/12/2020 (university scholarships)/ 7/1/2021 (DTP funding)
https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/CE228
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CambridgeC-CLEARImpacts of volcanic ash from explosive eruptions on climateAnja Schmidt (Cambridge), Elena Maters (Cambridge), Ben Murray (Leeds), Ken Carslaw (Leeds)
3/12/2020 (university scholarships)/ 7/1/2021 (DTP funding)
https://nercdtp.esc.cam.ac.uk/projects/CE229
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CardiffGW4+Constraining relationship between mantle convection and supercontinent cyclesProf J Huw Davies (Cardiff)8/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/constraining-relationship-between-mantle-convection-and-supercontinent-cycles/?p124425
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CardiffGW4+Early evolution of the Palaeogene Mull volcano: An integrated volcanological, geochemical and geochronological approachDr Andrew C Kerr (Cardiff), Dr Ian McDonald (Cardiff)8/1/2021
https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/early-evolution-of-the-palaeogene-mull-volcano-an-integrated-volcanological-geochemical-and-geochronological-approach/?p124459
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CardiffGW4+How did Earth’s early continental crust form? Insights from Western Australian cratonsDr Marc-Alban Millet (Cardiff)8/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/how-did-earth-s-early-continental-crust-form-insights-from-western-australian-cratons/?p124463
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CardiffGW4+Magma reservoir evolution: an integrated study of the Bay of Islands ophiolite, Newfoundland (Canada)Prof Chris MacLeod (Cardiff), Dr C Johan Lissenburg8/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/magma-reservoir-evolution-an-integrated-study-of-the-bay-of-islands-ophiolite-newfoundland-canada/?p124462
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CardiffGW4+The heterogeneity of the plume mantleDr C Johan Lissenburg (Cardiff), Dr Matthew Gleeson (Cardiff) Dr Marc-Alban Millet (Cardiff)8/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/the-heterogeneity-of-the-plume-mantle/?p124461
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Cardiff
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Understanding noble gases in the context of mantle dynamicsProf J Huw Davies (Cardiff), Dr Don Porcelli (Oxford)1/2/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/understanding-noble-gases-in-the-context-of-mantle-dynamics/?p125371
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Cardiff
Part of NERC Large grant
Utilising mantle seismic structure to constrain mantle circulation and upwellingsProf J Huw Davies (Cardiff), Prof James Wookey (Bristol)1/2/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/utilising-mantle-seismic-structure-to-constrain-mantle-circulation-and-upwellings/?p125370
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CardiffGW4+Weathering of volcanic products in the tropical environment of the Panama Canal areaDr David Buchs (Cardiff)8/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/weathering-of-volcanic-products-in-the-tropical-environment-of-the-panama-canal-area/?p124423
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DurhamIAPETUS2Post-Caldera Volcanic, Magmatic, and Structural Evolution of Ischia Volcano, ItalyRichard Brown (Durham), Will Hutchison (St Andrews), Madeleine Humphreys (Durham)8/1/2021https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/studentships/post-caldera-volcanic-magmatic-and-structural-evolution-of-ischia-volcano-italy-2/
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DurhamIAPETUS2Tracking element transfer during subduction initiation using the isotopic composition of ‘chalcophile’ elementsJulie Prytulak (Durham), Will Hutchison (St Andrews), Paul Savage (St Andrews), Geoff Nowell (Durham)8/1/2021https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/studentships/tracking-element-transfer-during-subduction-initiation-using-the-isotopic-composition-of-chalcophile-elements/
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DurhamIAPETUS2Carbon Recycling into the Deep EarthKevin Burton (Durham), ), Paul Savage (St Andrews), Julie Prytulak (Durham)8/1/2021https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/studentships/carbon-recycling-into-the-deep-earth-2/
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DurhamIAPETUS2The record of planetary differentiation preserved in sulfideGeoff Nowell (Durham), Paul Savage (St Andrews), Robert Steele (St Andrews), Kevin Burton (Durham)8/1/2021https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/studentships/the-record-of-planetary-differentiation-preserved-in-sulfide-2/
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EdinburghE4Explosive basaltic eruptions and the potential role of supercritical fluidsDr Linda Kirstein (Edinburgh), Dr Ian Butler (Edinburgh), Dr Godfrey Fitton (Edinburgh)7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=1319
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EdinburghE4Forecasting Earthquakes Using Machine Learning and StatisticsDr Gordon Ross (Edinburgh), Prof Ian Main (Edinburgh)7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=561
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EdinburghE4Formation of Earth's oldest continents: Insights from IcelandDr Alan Hastie (Edinburgh), Dr Geoffrey Bromiley (Edinburgh), Prof Craig Storey (Portsmouth), Dr Godfrey Fitton (Edinburgh)7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=1294
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EdinburghE4How do volcanic eruptions affect global and regional rainfall patternsDr Gabi Hegerl (Edinburgh), Dr Andrew Schurer (Edinburgh), Dr Claudia Timmreck (Max-Plank Institute for Meteorology)7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=1366
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EdinburghE4Massive volcanic domes on Venus and the mobilisation of crystal mush: Insights from the Troodos Ophiolite, Cyprus.Dr Geoffrey Bromiley (Edinburgh), Dr Alan Hastie (Edinburgh), Dr Stewart Mcwilliams (Edinburgh)7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=1292
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EdinburghE4Medieval Icelandic farm abandonment, climate models and volcanic-induced climate changeDr Anthony Newton (Edinburgh), Dr Richard Essery (Edinburgh), Dr Andrew Dugmore (Edinburgh)7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=1312
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EdinburghE4The East Australian, Tasmantid, and Lord Howe volcanoes: exploring interactions between plumes, the upper mantle, and the lithosphereDr Lara Kalnins (Edinburgh), Dr Godfrey Fitton (Edinburgh) Prof Jeroen van Hunen (Durham)7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=932
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EdinburghE4The chemical and thermal history of the Iceland mantle plumeProf Fin Stuart (SUERC & Glasgow), Dr Godfrey Fitton (Edinburgh), Bjorn Hardarson (Iceland Geological Survey)7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=1356
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EdinburghE4Volcanic seismicity and eruption forecasting at the basaltic caldera volcanoes of the Galapagos Islands, EcuadorDr Andrew Bell (Edinburgh), Prof Ian Main (Edinburgh), Dr Mario Ruiz (Instituto Geofisico de la Escuela Politecnica Nacional)7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=939
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EdinburghE4Water in zircon: how wet was the early Earth?Dr Cees-Jan De Hoog (Edinburgh), Prof Simon Harley (Edinburgh), Dr Matthew Horstwood (British Geological Survey).7/1/2021https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/postgraduate/phd/programmes-supervisors/physical-sciences/phd-projects?item=1302
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Exeter (CSM)GW4+
Magmas, fluids, faults and metals – re-assessing the controls on magmatic-hydrothermal W-Sn-Cu-As-Zn-Pb mineralisation and zonation associated with the Cornubian Batholith, SW England
Dr Robin Shail (Exeter, Cambourne School of Mines) Jamie Wilkinson (Natural History Museum), Jens Andersen (Exeter, Camborne School of Mines)
8/1/2021http://www.exeter.ac.uk/studying/funding/award/?id=4023
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GlasgowIAPETUS2Critical metals and deep time: decoding the interplay of magmatism, structure and mineralizationIain Neill (Glasgow), Kathryn Goodenough (BGS), John MacDonald (Glasgow)15/1/2021https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/studentships/critical-metals-and-deep-time-decoding-the-interplay-of-magmatism-structure-and-mineralization/
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GlasgowIAPETUS2The growth and decay of a Paleogene Intrusive Complex, Isle of SkyeDarren Mark (Glasgow), Colin Macpherson (Durham), Rob Ellam (Glasgow)15/1/2021https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/studentships/the-growth-and-decay-of-a-paleogene-intrusive-complex-isle-of-skye/
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GlasgowIAPETUS2Geochronology and geochemistry of Carboniferous volcanism throughout the Midland Valley of ScotlandDarren Mark (Glasgow), Colin Macpherson (Durham), Rob Ellam (Glasgow)15/1/2021https://www.iapetus2.ac.uk/studentships/geochronology-and-geochemistry-of-carboniferous-volcanism-throughout-the-midland-valley-of-scotland/
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HullPanoramaAssessing the rock record of hazardous pulsatory pyroclastic density currentsRebecca Williams (Hull), Natasha Dowey (Leeds), Pete Rowley (Leeds)5/1/2021https://panorama-dtp.ac.uk/research/assessing-the-rock-record-of-hazardous-pulsatory-pyroclastic-density-currents/
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Imperial?Fluid dynamics of magma reservoirs at mid-ocean ridgesProf Matthew Jackson (Imperial), Dr C Johan Lissenburg (Cardiff)Contact Supervisor
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/faculty-of-engineering/earth-science-and-engineering/phd-opportunities/sep2017/Info-sheet---Fluid-dynamics-of-magma-reservoirs-at-mid-ocean-ridges.pdf
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Imperial?Histories of mantle convection: Constraints from Arabia’s landscapeDr Gareth Roberts (Imperial), Dr Alex Whittaker (Imperial), Dr Dylan Rood (Imperial)Contact Supervisorhttps://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/faculty-of-engineering/earth-science-and-engineering/phd-opportunities/PhD_Arabia.pdf
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ImperialSSCPMonitoring seismicity at volcanoes with geothermal prospects in EthiopiaDr Ian Bastow (Imperial), Dr Derek Keir (Southampton)4/1/2021https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/faculty-of-engineering/earth-science-and-engineering/phd-opportunities/2020-phds/2021_34_ESE_Bastow.pdf
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ImperialSSCPUnderstanding how subduction has shaped Circum-Pacific tectonics using 3D numerical modelsProf Saskia Goes (Imperial), Dr Gareth Roberts (Imperial)4/1/2021
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/faculty-of-engineering/earth-science-and-engineering/phd-opportunities/2019-20-phd-intake/SubductionDynamics_forESE.PDF
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ImperialSSCPStructure and Evolution of the African Plate from Geophysical ObservationsProf Saskia Goes (Imperial), Dr Gareth Roberts (Imperial)4/1/2021
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/faculty-of-engineering/earth-science-and-engineering/phd-opportunities/2019-20-phd-intake/AfricaJointTomo_forESE.PDF
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ImperialSSCPUnderstanding how serpentinzation affects marine magnetic anomalies.Adrian Muxworthy (Imperial), Jenny Collier04.01.2021https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/grantham-institute/public/dtp/projects-2020-21/2021_28_ESE_Muxworthy.pdf
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ImperialSSCPTesting the core-mantle-boundary & large igneious province hypothesis: a full-vector palaeomagnetic study of the North Atlantic Igneous ProvinceDr Adrian Muxworthy (Imperial), Dr Morten Riishuus (Faroese Geological Survey); Prof Conall Mac Niocail (Oxford)4/1/2021https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/grantham-institute/public/dtp/projects-2020-21/2021_27_ESE_Muxworthy.pdf
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Imperial?Understanding the role of thermal fluctuations on the fidelity of magnetic recording in rocks and meteoritesDr Adrian Muxworthy (Imperial) and Prof Wyn Williams (Edinburgh)Contact Supervisor
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/faculty-of-engineering/earth-science-and-engineering/phd-opportunities/2019-20-phd-intake/muxworthy-williams-micromag-2020.pdf
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ImperialSSCPMulti-scale characterization of water flow in submarine hydrothermal systemsDr Michele Paulatto (imperial); Dr Sam Krevor (Imperial), Dr Carl Jaquemyn (Imperial), Prof Matthew Jackson (Imperial)4/1/2021https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/grantham-institute/public/dtp/projects-2020-21/2021_26_ESE_Paulatto.pdf
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ImperialSSCPLocal earthquake analysis to reveal mud-volcano plumbing systems and slow-slip mechansims along the Hikurangi subduction zone, New ZealandDr Rebecca Bell (Imperial), Dr Ian Bastow (Imperial), Dr Bill Fry (GNS Science)4/1/2021https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/grantham-institute/public/dtp/projects-2020-21/2021_02_ESE_Bell.pdf
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ImperialSSCPMulti-parameter geophysical imaging of Santorini VolcanoProf Joanna Morgan (Imperial); Dr Michele Paulatto (Imperial)4/1/2021https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/grantham-institute/public/dtp/projects-2020-21/2021_23_ESE_Morgan.pdf
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ImperialSSCPStructure and tsunamigenic potential of the Lesser Antilles accretionary prismProf Jenny Collier (Imperial); Prof Tim Henstock (Southampton)4/1/2021https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/grantham-institute/public/dtp/projects-2020-21/2021_43_ESE_Collier.pdf
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LeedsSENSESubmarine volcanism from satellite imageryDr Susanna Ebmeier (Leeds), Dr isobel Yeo (National Oceanography Centre ), Dr Ryan Lloyd (Geollect)10/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/submarine-volcanism-from-satellite-imagery/?p125285
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LeedsPanoramaUsing seismic waves to investigate tectonic plates as they sink into the deep EarthDr Andy Nowacki (Leeds), Dr Tim Craig (Leeds), Dr Andrew Walker (Leeds)5/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/using-seismic-waves-to-investigate-tectonic-plates-as-they-sink-into-the-deep-earth/?p125226
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LeedsPanoramaImaging earthquakes and tectonic strain build-up in 3-D from spaceProf Andy Hooper (Leeds), Dr John Elliott (Leeds)5/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/imaging-earthquakes-and-tectonic-strain-build-up-in-3-d-from-space/?p125208
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LeedsPanoramaFluid flow in deep carbonates: Assessing the geothermal potential of carbonate rocks through field work, experiments and numerical modellingProf Sandra Piazolo (Leeds), Prof. Quentin Fisher (Leeds)5/1/2021
https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/fluid-flow-in-deep-carbonates-assessing-the-geothermal-potential-of-carbonate-rocks-through-field-work-experiments-and-numerical-modelling/?p125230
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LeedsSENSEDetecting and modelling transient crustal deformation using Sentinel-1 InSAR and Machine LearningProf Tim Wright (Leeds), Dr Gordon Ross (Edinburgh), Dr Laura Gregory (Leeds), Dr Susanna Ebmeier (Leeds)10/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/detecting-and-modelling-transient-crustal-deformation-using-sentinel-1-insar-and-machine-learning/?p125246
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LeedsPanoramaCombining magma flow models and deformation measurements to understand magma ascent at silicic volcanoesProf Jurgen Neuberg (Leeds), Dr Susanna Ebmeier (Leeds)5/1/2021https://panorama-dtp.ac.uk/research/combining-magma-flow-models-and-deformation-measurements-to-understand-magma-ascent-at-silicic-volcanoes/
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LeedsPanoramaMeasuring and Modelling Transient Behaviour on Continental FaultsProf Tim Wright (Leeds), Dr John Elliott (Leeds), Prof Andy Hopper (Leeds)5/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/measuring-and-modelling-transient-behaviour-on-continental-faults/?p125297
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LeedsPanoramaSeismicity and Structure of Subducting SlabsDr Tim Craig (Leeds), Dr Sebastian Rost (Leeds)5/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/seismicity-and-structure-of-subducting-slabs/?p125192
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LeedsPanoramaDiverse sources of volatile release across volcanic arcs: Insights from Kozelsky and Khangar volcanoes, KamchatkaDr Ivan Savov (Leeds), Dr Dan Morgan (Leeds)5/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/diverse-sources-of-volatile-release-across-volcanic-arcs-insights-from-kozelsky-and-khangar-volcanoes-kamchatka/?p125234
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LeedsPanoramaThe Spin Deep Within: Physics of Ferropericlase in the Earth’s Lower MantleDr Stephen Stackhouse (Leeds), Dr Andy Nowacki (Leeds)5/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/the-spin-deep-within-physics-of-ferropericlase-in-the-earth-s-lower-mantle/?p125238
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LeedsPanoramaProbing planetary cores with global magnetic fieldsDr Chris Davies (Leeds), Dr Jon Mound (Leeds)5/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/probing-planetary-cores-with-global-magnetic-fields/?p125193
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LeedsPanoramaWhat do pallasite meteorites tell us about core formation and the evolution of Earth’s mantle?Dr Jason Harvey (Leeds), Dr Chris Davies (Leeds), Dr Jon Mound (Leeds)5/1/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/what-do-pallasite-meteorites-tell-us-about-core-formation-and-the-evolution-of-earth-s-mantle/?p125203
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LeedsPanoramaPlanetary volcanoes: investigating patterns in volcanic dome behaviour on Mars and EarthDr Emma Bramham (Leeds), Dr Mark Thomas (Leeds), Dr Vern Manville (Leeds)5/1/2021https://panorama-dtp.ac.uk/research/planetary-volcanoes-investigating-patterns-in-volcanic-dome-behaviour-on-mars-and-earth/
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LeedsPanoramaFrom vent to exposed communities: understanding the spread and impacts of toxic metal pollution from large volcanic eruptions
Dr Evgenia Ilyinskaya (Leeds), Dr Daniela Fecht (Imperial College), Dr Jason Harvey (Leeds), Gerdur Stefansdottir (Icelandic Meteorological Office), Prof Francis Pope (Birmingham)
5/2/2021
https://panorama-dtp.ac.uk/research/from-vent-to-exposed-communities-understanding-the-spread-and-impacts-of-toxic-metal-pollution-from-large-volcanic-eruptions-case-studentship/
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LeicesterCENTAApatite: A proxy for pre-eruptive gas emissions Dr Andrew Miles (Leicester), Dr Margaret Hartley (Manchester), Dr Tiffany Barry (Leicester)11/1/2021https://centa.ac.uk/studentship/apatite-a-proxy-for-pre-eruptive-volcanic-gas-emissions/
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LeicesterCENTA
Unpicking global mantle convection influences from the local investigating asthenospheric versus lithospheric constraints on the evolution of landscapes.
Dr Tiffany Barry (Leicester), Dr Stewart Fishwick (Leicester) & Dr Victoria Lane (Leicester)11/1/2021
https://centa.ac.uk/studentship/unpicking-global-mantle-convection-influences-from-the-local-investigating-asthenospheric-versus-lithospheric-constraints-on-the-evolution-of-landscapes/
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LeicesterCENTA
Catastrophic emplacement and depositional processes during large asteroid impacts: lithofacies analysis and applied volcanology, Manicouagan (Canada), and Chicxulub (Mexico)
Dr Michael Branney (Leicester), Prof Jens Zinke, Dr Tiffany Barry (Leicester), Prof John Spray, (University of New Brunswick, Canada)
11/1/2021
https://centa.ac.uk/studentship/catastrophic-emplacement-and-depositional-processes-during-large-asteroid-impacts-lithofacies-analysis-and-applied-volcanology-manicouagan-canada-and-chicxulub-mexico/
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LiverpoolLiverpoolFragmentation & flow of volcanic ashThomas Jones (Liverpool), J Dufek, Jonathan Higham (Liverpool)15/01/2021https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-research/studentships/volcanic-ash/
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LiverpoolLiverpoolBreaking magma during volcanic eruptionsThomas Jones (Liverpool), G Williams-Jones, Janine Kavanagh (Liverpool)1/15/2021https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-research/studentships/volcanic-eruptions/
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LiverpoolLiverpoolHarnessing energy from magma in New Zealand: Physical and chemical processesJanine Kavanagh (Liverpool), David Mcnamara (Liverpool), Kilgour1/15/2021https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-research/studentships/energy-from-magma/
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ManchesterManchesterInvestigating the abundance and origin of magmatic volatiles at Rabaul volcano, Papua New GuineaDr Brenden Mccormick Kilbride (Manchester), Dr Margaret Hartley (Manchester), Dr G Holland , Dr R Tartese12/2/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/investigating-the-abundance-and-origin-of-magmatic-volatiles-at-rabaul-volcano-papua-new-guinea/?p125682
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ManchesterSTFCMineral records of magma storage and crystallization on the MoonDr Margaret Hartley (Manchester), Dr David Neave (Manchester), Dr Katherine Joy8/2/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/mineral-records-of-magma-storage-and-crystallization-on-the-moon/?p125330
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ManchesterManchesterUnlocking clinopyroxene records of magmatic oxygen fugacityDr David Neave (Manchester), Dr Margaret Hartley (Manchester), Dr Rhian Jones12/2/2021https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/unlocking-clinopyroxene-records-of-magmatic-oxygen-fugacity/?p125202
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Natural History Museum (NHM)
GW4+Magmas, Fluids, faults and metalsDr Robin Shail (Exeter), Dr Jamie Wilkinson (NHM), Dr Jens Andersen (Exeter)8/1/2021https://www.nhm.ac.uk/our-science/courses-and-students/magmas-fluids-faults-metals.html
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SSCP DTPThe origin of propylitic alteration halos in porphyry systemsProf Jamie Wilkinson (NHM & Imperial)4/1/2021https://www.nhm.ac.uk/our-science/courses-and-students/propylitic-alteration-halos-in-porphyry-systems.html
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Open UniveristyCENTARapid Emplacement of the Thakurvadi Formation of the Deccan Traps and its implication for late Cretaceous climate changeDr Anne Jay (Open University), Dr Frances Jenner (Open University), Dr Simon Passey (CASP), Prof. Hazel Rymer11/1/2021https://centa.ac.uk/studentship/rapid-emplacement-of-the-thakurvadi-formation-of-the-deccan-traps-and-its-implication-for-late-cretaceous-climate-change/
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Oxford
European Research Council
Atomic scale simulations to unlock isotopic fractionation in crystallizing magma oceansDr Andrew Walker (Leeds), Prof Tim Elliott (Currently Bristol, moving to Oxford Dec 2020)Contact Supervisorhttps://www.earth.ox.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/EARTH-21-AW1.pdf
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Oxford
European Research Council
The bridgmanite to post-perovskite transition in Earth’s lower mantle studied by time-resolved experiments (DEEP-MAPS ERC)Prof. Hauke Marquardt (Oxford), Dr. Paula Koelemeijer (Royal Holloway)Contact Supervisorhttps://www.earth.ox.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/EARTH-20-HM3_advert.pdf
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OxfordOxford DTPMagmatic volatiles: the behaviour of noble gases and halogens in subduction-related volcanic systemsProf Tamsin Mather (Oxford), Prof Chris Ballentine (Oxford), Prof Ray Burgess (Manchester), Dr Rosie Jones (Oxford)22/1/2021https://www.earth.ox.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/EARTH-21-RP1.pdf
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OxfordOxford DTPPetrogenesis of the Archaean Li–Cs–Ta (LCT) Bikita pegmatite, ZimbabweDr Richard Palin (Oxford), Dr Laurence Robb (Oxford), Dr Nicholas Gardiner (St Andrews)22/1/2021https://www.earth.ox.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/EARTH-21-RP1.pdf