The university of Kent has two statistical ecology PhD projects shortlisted for funding from the EnvEast NERC Doctoral Training Partnerships. Both will start in September 2015.
"Spatially-explicit models for wild unmarked populations" is supervised by Eleni Matechou, Cristiano Villa and Martin Ridout all from Kent. see
"Understanding Biodiversity Change using Integrated Population Models Incorporating Spatial Information" is supervised by Diana Cole and Takis Besbeas from Kent and Stephen Baillie and Rob Robinson from BTO. see
The deadline for applications for both is 7th January.
As well as NERC funding suitable candidates will also be considered for funding from our school.
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