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Anastasiia Domina

My theme of research is The life cycle of high-frequency internal waves in shelf seas: from generation to dissipation. Internal waves are of immense importance on a variety of temporal and spatial scales – from being a driver of the climate controlling overturning circulation to sustaining fisheries in shelf seas.

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Callum Thompson

I started my PhD in the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences at the University of Manchester in September 2014. Prior to this I completed my BSc in Mathematics and Physics at the University of Edinburgh and my MSc in Applied Mathematical Sciences at Heriot-Watt University.

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Catherine Breislin

I am currently undertaking a NERC DTP-CASE funded PhD studentship within the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Science at the University of Manchester. The primary focus of my research is to determine whether a reconstruction of (Carboniferous - Permian) palaeofluid flow paths in an intensely dolomitised carbonate platform margin can provide insight into the extent of hydrocarbon migration out of adjacent clay-rich successions in adjacent hanging wall basins.

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Charlotte Smith

I am currently undertaking a NERC funded PhD in the Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences department at the University of Liverpool. My PhD is part of the NERC funded RidgeMix project that is investigating nutrient and carbon pumps over mid-ocean ridges.

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Danielle Sattherthwaite

I am a NERC DTP student in my first year of a PhD in Environmental Biology between the Faculty of Life Sciences and the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences (SEAES) at the University of Manchester.

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Joe Gardner

I am a NERC DTP-funded student based in the Deformation, Microstructures and Volcanology research group at the University of Liverpool. My project aims to characterise the deformation mechanisms of feldspar, and the role it plays in the strength and deformation behaviour of the Earth’s crust.

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Michael Priestley

My project aims to determine the contribution of OH and other oxidants (NO3, O3 and Cl) to the overall oxidation rate around Manchester. Oxidation is a decisive process in controlling the lifetime of atmospheric pollutants yet oxidant concentrations can vary greatly depending on environmental conditions.

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Sarah Newport

I am currently undertaking a NERC funded and PDS award (President Doctoral Scholarship) PhD studentship in the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences at the University of Manchester and I am having an amazing time.

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Shauna McLoughlin

I am a PhD student in the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences based at The University of Manchester. My research area is in Environmental Geochemistry and Geomicrobiology and the focus of my project is to understand selenium toxicity in the natural environment. 

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Sophie Haslett

I am a first-year NERC DTP student PhD in atmospheric science at the University of Manchester. My research involves looking at the influence of atmospheric aerosols in the tropics, with a focus on West Africa and India. During my degree, I will be taking part in fieldwork campaigns using the FAAM (Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements) aircraft. My project is experimental, so I will be learning to use a variety of different instruments in the lab to measure aerosol properties.

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Stavros Keppas

I have started my PhD in September 2014 at University of Manchester. My studies are focused on relating remote sensing with in-situ cloud microphysical properties data, provided by aircrafts.

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Thea Wingfield

I am a PhD student in the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences based at The University of Manchester. My research area is in Environmental Geochemistry and Geomicrobiology and the focus of my project is to understand selenium toxicity in the natural environment. 

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