New PhD Opportunity with Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity

Posted on 25 October 2019

A great opportunity to work on biodiversity associated with agricultural frontiers in this exciting new research group at the University of York

Enrol for a PhD project to investigate the impacts of humanity on biodiversity change. The PhD involves collecting and analysing data for biodiversity associated with novel tropical crops, including soy and oil palm. It alsos consider cultural attitudes to the biodiversity of these croplands, contrasting the perspectives of farmers, production companies and environmentalists. The position is based in the Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity at the University of York, and supervised by leading experts (Chris West of SEI, Jane Hill, Jean Grugel) in biodiversity, tropical agroecosystems, and sustainable food supply chains.

Visit FindAPhd for further details

View these pages for further information about post-graduate study at SEI