In October 2018 I started a five year independent research fellowship funded by the Natural Environment Research Council. My aim is to answer a big question: What will happen to carbon stores in Arctic soils and plants as the climate changes? This has implications for how much carbon humans can emit through burning fossil fuels, to meet climate change targets.
A fully-funded PhD studentship starting September 2019 is available as part of this project. Contact me for more details.
Dr. Eleanor Burke (Met Office, UK)
Dr. Hanna Lee (Uni Research Bergen, Norway)
Prof. Sebastian Westermann (University of Oslo, Norway)
Dr. Gustaf Hugelius (University of Stockholm, Sweden)
Dr. Philipp Porada (University of Potsdam, Germany)
Prof. Mat Williams (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Measuring snow depths at Iskoras, Northern Norway, in order to model the site.