Cardiff University Earth and Ocean Sciences Alumni

at Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3YE United Kingdom

Welcome! Regular updates will be posted of School news and events. This is your way to stay in touch. If you have some news or photos of something geologically exciting that you are up to please get in touch with us and we will post it on the site.


Cardiff University Earth and Ocean Sciences Alumni
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Cardiff CF10 3YE
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Three PhD scholarships with guaranteed funding announced by the School http://www.cf.ac.uk/earth/Studentships-with-guaranteed-funding/

Published on 2014-11-26 11:25:42 GMT

A fully-funded PhD scholarship (fees and stipend) has recently become available in the School for overseas students (i.e., those from outside the European Union and European Economic Area). The available projects for this funding are given on the following website: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/earth/phd-project-titles-1/ with information of how to apply (deadline 18 August 2014) given here: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/earth/postgraduate-research-phd/ Any interested students should feel free to contact the prospective supervisor for more details if required.

Published on 2014-08-05 08:36:22 GMT

PhD at the National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton "Scandium Pathways and Sinks in Geological Systems: Implications for Future Recoveries for High-Tech Industry" http://noc.ac.uk/gsnocs/project/scandium-pathways-sinks-geological-systems-implications-future-recoveries-high-tech-i

Published on 2014-06-17 15:37:00 GMT

The Sea Watch Foundation http://www.seawatchfoundation.org.uk/ is looking to recruit enthusiastic individuals with a keen interest in Welsh whales, dolphins and porpoises to become part of the Welsh Sea Watchers project. The Welsh Sea Watches Project is a new initiative with the aim to develop a network of reliable volunteers around Wales to assist in data collection and further understanding and public awareness of the amazing cetacean species that can be seen off Welsh coasts. Volunteers will be able take part in a variety of tasks and gain experience in cetacean surveying and species identification, as well as public awareness work and social networking. ‘Sea Watchers’ will assist the Wales Development Officer and Sightings Officer in a number of tasks including: • Conducting land based watches for whales, dolphins and porpoises • Collecting cetacean sightings data on board ferries • Updating Sea Watch Facebook and Twitter pages • Attending and assisting during Sea Watch events • Representing Sea Watch during public talks and school visits Skills/Qualifications: No experience is necessary, as all training will be provided; however a strong interest in Welsh cetaceans and conservation is essential. If desired, volunteers may choose to specialise in specific areas such as fieldwork or education and outreach, based on their individual interests and skill sets. For more information on how to get involved, please contact, Katrin Lohrengel, katrin.lohrengel@seawatchfoundation.org.uk http://www.seawatchfoundation.org.uk/