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Department of Geography, RHUL
Understanding the dynamics of vegetation: delineating drivers of change within periods of abrupt sub-millennial climatic variability
Biodiversity and Macroecology Theme, IOZ
Human-wildlife co-occurrence: understanding the causes of vulnerability and resilience to human populations in the Anthropocene
Earth Sciences, UCL
Effect of strain partitioning on the spatial and temporal deformation distribution in a fault zone
Biodiversity and Macroecology Theme, IOZ
Assessing the efficacy of different survey techniques to determine status and threats to the Endangered Philippine pangolin
Department of Geography, RHUL
Assessing the extent of semi-arid environments in Late Quaternary Eurasia using mammalian evidence: implications for understanding ecological and human responses to abrupt climate change.
School of Biological Sciences, RHUL
Dimorphic fruits, seeds and seedlings in Aethionema arabicum as adaptation mechanisms to abiotic stress in unpredictable environments
Earth Sciences Department, NHM
Archaeological Human Remains from the River Thames and its London Deposits
Earth Sciences, UCL
Sahara Dune Sands: Quantifying Celerity, Dust Production, and Provenance
Department of Geography, KCL
Evaluating transport of African mineral dust to the Amazon Basin
Geography, UCL
Temporal and spatial distribution of microplastics in the sediments of UK rural and urban lakes
Anthropology, UCL
Cultural change and sustainability of subsistence hunting of long beaked echidnas and other large vertebrates in Papua
Department of Geography, KCL
The Future of Alien Invasions: the impact of rates of introduction, and introduction bias, on the richness and composition of alien assemblages
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Environmental monitoring of medically and veterinary important snails and their trematodes
Genetics, Evolution and Environment, UCL
Using an Ecosystem Model to evaluate harvesting strategies and identify optimal use scenarios
Life Sciences Department, NHM
Empirical and mechanistic approaches to understanding and projecting change in coastal marine communities
School of Biological Sciences, RHUL
Assessing the effects of forest management practices on diversity and activity of vocalizing animals using passive acoustic monitoring
Conservation Science, KEW
Species integrity and gene flow in anthropomorphic Orchis species (Orchidaceae)
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How environmentally induced adaptation and migration events have shaped the DNA of world-wide human populations
Department of Earth Sciences, RHUL
Modelling spatio-temporal de-oxygenation within marine environments in relation to mass extinctions.
Genetics, Evolution and Environment, UCL
Understanding the links between anthropogenic change, functional diversity and ecosystem resilience on tropical mountains
Anthropology, UCL
Auto-Sexual Behaviours in Primates: Evolution and Functions
Genetics, Evolution and Environment, UCL
Using ecoacoustics to understand anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity: a case study on European bats
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, BBK
Using GPR to investigate and characterise the risk of inundation events in Mauritius
Earth Sciences, UCL
Paleoceanographic context of organic matter deposition on the Yangtze Craton, South China during the Ediacaran Period
School of Biological Sciences, RHUL
The utilisation of a sensory ecology approach to understand and address the problem of bird bycatch in fishing nets
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The genetic architecture of colour and the evolution of marine colour polymorphisms
Department of Geography, RHUL
Investigating the drivers and responses of climatic complexity during the Younger Dryas.
Geography, UCL
Conservation of the White-clawed crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes in the face of invasive non-native species pressures
Department of Geography, RHUL
Chronologies and palaeoenvironments of humid phases in the western Nefud Desert, Saudi Arabia over the past 0.5 Ma
Earth Sciences Department, NHM
Ectotherm diversity through time: the interplay of sampling biases, environmental drivers and macroevolution

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