Become involved

We always welcome additional support, particularly in collaborations on exploring the data acquired within this project.

If you think you have anything to offer or any exciting ideas on collaborating, please get in touch with Andreas Heinemeyer (see contact details on right).
Job opportunities

  • PhD position (open - fully funded!) ONLY for UK or EU students !

"Dynamic Landscapes, Changing Climate and Ecosystem Functioning: Modelling past losses, present extend and future potential of peatlands within the North York Moors National Park" 

        a fully funded (non-competitive) NERC ACCE DTP-CASE studentship:

       deadline 8th January 2020 

        With North York Moors National Park (and Prof R. Chiverrell at Liverpool University)

        APPLY HERE:       Find a PhD

  • currently nothing else available, but please contact me for any PhD project ideas etc. you might have. I am always happy to discuss ideas.



  • PhD position (closed) 

"Unravelling plant-soil processes as drivers of change in peatland ecosystem services: linking habitat status to climate and management impacts on carbon dynamics and water quality"

          NERC i-CASE studentship

           With Natural England (upland specialists and climate change)

  • PhD position (closed) 
NERC ACCE DPT CASE studentship

With CEH Bangor & Moors For The Futures (Peak District National Park) (closed)


  • PhD position (closed) 

NERC ACCE DPT studentship

  • Technician positions "Technician support towards laboratory analysis of soil and water samples" and "Technician support towards field measurments of gas fluxes and water samples" (0.6 FTE (60% part-time) (closed) 
  • PhD position (closed - fully funded!) "Assessing UK blanket bog restoration effects on peatland carbon stocks, greenhouse gas emissions and related ecosystem services" (closed)
  • See here for our Holocene Climate/Peat development student summer school (fully funded; closed) in 2014. http://www.york.ac.uk/media/yccsa/documents/summerschool/2014/Holocene%20Climate%20Implications.pdf
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