Environmental and Geomorphological Sciences (PhD)

University of Nottingham

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The award
PhD

How long you will study
3 years

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How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September

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About Environmental and Geomorphological Sciences at University of Nottingham

Research focuses on river management, sediment transport and channel morphology, climate change indicators, drylands geomorphology and landscape ecology. There is also a strong emphasis on the modelling of environmental dynamics (forced and natural) over a range of time scales through the Quaternary and Holocene.

The School of Geography has a commitment to e-learning and has allocated resources accordingly to manage and implement interactive online materials. At present the School has a number of undergraduate modules with online support and envisages that within a short period of time this will be extended to the majority of postgraduate courses.

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