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Environmental Pollution
Temporal and spatial distribution of microplastics in the sediments of UK rural and urban lakes
KCL
Earth, Atmosphere and Ocean Processes
Glacier and Hydrological Response to Climate Change in the Khumbu Valley, Nepal
UCL | KCL
Environmental Hazards and Pollution
Evaluating the role of microplastics as a vector in metal cycling within the Thames Estuary
KCL | IOZ
Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation
Humpback Whales of the Pitcairn Islands
UCL | KCL | UNEP – WCMC
Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation
Protected areas
KCL | UCL
Past Life and Environments
Evaluating ecological assembly rules for aquatic-terrestrial transition zones.
KCL
Environmental Hazards and Pollution
Hyperspectral and Thermal Remote Sensing of Landscape Fire Properties
QMUL | KCL
Environmental Hazards and Pollution
Air Quality Monitoring on the London Underground: Developing new Understanding of Particulate Matter Variability and Supporting Mitigation Strategies.
KCL | UCL
Environmental Physics and Mathematical Modelling
High Latitude Peatland Fires and their Greenhouse Gas Emissions.
KCL | RHUL
Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation
Extending coexistence theory to predict impact of plant invasions on biodiversity.
KCL | NHM
Natural and Biological Hazards
Spatialising the interactions between people, animals, volcanic hazard and local perceptions and responses in Mexico – are there context-specific differences between urban and rural sites at risk from Popocatepetl volcano?
KCL | IOZ
Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation
Using remote sensing tools to determine the drivers of foraging behaviour in marine predators, and predict shifts in habitat distribution under different climate scenarios

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