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NERC GW4+ DTP PhD studentship: Will ocean acidification increase the toxicity of chronic coastal pollutants?

Application deadline: 6 January 2017! Qualification type: PhD Location: Exeter, University of Exeter – College of Life and Environmental Science Funding for: UK Students, EU Students Funding amount: £14,296 per annum for 2016-17 Hours: Full Time Using a combination of aquarium based experiments and field work, this studentship will build on this previous research to […]
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