|Location:||Newcastle upon Tyne|
|Funding for:||UK Students|
|Funding amount:||RCUK stipend for 4 year studentship and RCUK fees paid.|
|Placed On:||12th July 2019|
|Closes:||31st August 2019|
|Reference:||studentship code ENG051|
Value of award: Newcastle University and EPSRC Funded: RCUK stipend for 4 year studentship and RCUK fees paid.
Number of awards: 1
Start date and duration: 23 September 2019 for 4 years.
Application closing date: 17:00 Friday 9 August 2019.
Urban populations are expected to increase to nearly 70% of the global population by 2050. As natural regions are enveloped by urban development, land cover changes alter hydrologic responses of watersheds that drain these regions. Management strategies have sought to apply infiltration-based green infrastructure (GI) to mimic natural hydraulic regimes, often without a full understanding of subsurface hydrologic processes.
This project would connect newly installed observation networks to existing urban hydrology data networks and models with a focus on the role of subsurface processes attributed to GI. Outcomes from this project will improve understanding of the role of GI in urban hydrologic processes.
Name of supervisor(s)
Dr Brian Thomas and Professor Chris Kilsby.
This Project is only open to UK home students.
Applicants should hold a Masters degree in engineering, science, or applied mathematics, with a strong academic interest and background in hydrology and hydrogeology.
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