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Environment & Geography PhD and MSc Supervisors

The following staff welcome inquiries from potential students seeking supervision for a PhD or MSc By Research in Environment & Geography

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Telephone: +44(0) 1904 322999
Email:
environment-pgrstudents@york.ac.uk

NameResearch Interest
Prof Lisa Emberson Modelling air pollution and climate change impacts on arable crops, modelling land surface exchange processes, agricultural adaptation to climate change, air quality mitigation policy, carbon sequestration of forest ecosystems. 
Prof Roland Gehrels
Sea-level change and palaeosea-level reconstructions, holocene palaeoecology and palaeoclimate, salt-marsh studies, intertidal micropalaeontology
Dr Jon Hill Numerical modelling of coastal processes, including tsunami, tides, storms. Sedimentological processes, especially integrating into models.  Novel numerical techniques 
Prof Mark Hodson Soil science, earthworm ecology, agriculture, climate change, pollution, contamination, remediation, ecotoxicology, geochemistry, mineralogy 
Dr Eleanor Jew
Land use change/agriculture/biodiversity conservation, climate smart agriculture, natural resource use, ecosystem services
Prof Robert Marchant
Ecosystem change, forest conservation, participatory scenarios, ecosystem service assessment, impacts of climate change on species distribution, role of green infrastructure in cities, Palaeoecology
Dr Marco Sakai Climate change economics, energy-economy modelling, input-output analysis, environmental and social footprints 
Dr Katherine Selby Coastal environments, reconstructing sea level changes, environmental archaeology of coastlines, vegetation changes over time, pollen analysis, diatom analysis. 
Dr Bryce Stewart
Fisheries management, Fish biology, Marine Protected Areas, Effects of climate change on marine life, Seafood sustainability, Science communication, Science-Policy interface.
Prof Lindsay Stringer
Agriculture and food, water, energy, governance, livelihoods, climate change, conservation, land degradation, desertification and sustainable land management, participatory environmental governance, environment-livelihood interlinkages, climate change adaptation