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Second NEREIDs workshop on oil spill mitigation and marine pollution preparedness – 29 April 2014Read More
Solar forcing, cold winters, and the Little Ice Age
What you should know about climate changeRead More
Dr Rupert Perkins awarded NERC International Opportunities grant to study algae fundamental to reef-forming habitatsRead More
Dr Stephen Barker awarded £500k NERC grant to study abrupt climate variabilityRead More
Interested in a University – industry partnership? Contact Cardiff's Business Gateway!Read More
Cardiff named an associate partner in new NERC-funded Centre for Doctoral Training on Oil & Gas Research and the EnvironmentRead More
School bid for NERC Doctoral Training Partnership is a success!Read More
Sir David Attenborough to lead off 2013–2014 commemorative Wallace Legacy Lecture Series – and an updated schedule of speakers!Read More
Cardiff EARTH in the Top 100 Earth & Marine Sciences programmes worldwideRead More
Cardiff EARTH has a YouTube Channel!Read More
Very exciting news that the School is part of a new Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) supported by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). The partnership is a strategic alliance of the "Great Western Four" research-intensive universities (Bristol, Exeter, Cardiff, and Bath) and six leading research organisations (British Geological Survey, British Antarctic Survey, Natural History Museum, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, and the UK Meteorological Office). The consortium also includes 26 associate partners from a full range of non-academic graduate employers spanning policy and legislation, media, industry, environmental research, and public engagement.
Training for PhDs recruited through the DTP will stem from eight cross-cutting research themes: climate change and impacts; atmospheres, oceans and ice; genomes and evolution; solid Earth and planetary geology; natural hazards, resources and sustainability; ecology, conservation and biodiversity; water; and biogeochemical cycles.
As administrative lead for the partnership, Bristol University hosts the GW4+ Website here.
Check out the new Cardiff-based PhD studentships (for Autumn 2014) available through EARTH, and stay tuned for more information!