PhDs with EOED
If you’re looking for a PhD project with the EOED email one of the academic members of the group, please contact Bunting, Pete, or Andrew Hardy to help build a proposal.
See "PhD Opportunities" for further information about applications and funding opportunities.
Current PhD Projects:
Katie Awty-Carrol: "Land use monitoring through temporal modelling"
Elikana John: "A Forest Monitoring System for Tanzania: Mapping Change and Extent"
Liliana Villamor: "Monitoring in-field crop anomalies using satellite imagery and histogram analysis in Colombia and Peru"
Sebastien Chognard: "Ground and near ground dataretrieving for land cover and change maps, validation through a dedicated phone app and deep learning"
Patryk Poslajko: "Using Earth observation data for developping models to translate current research into evidence for robust policy development within the Welsh forestry sector"
Heather Kay: "Forest height and canopy density: Investigating their relationships and biophysical drivers"
Past PhD Projects:
Guy Bennett: "Remote sensing of continuous cover forestry"
Maddie Philp: "Near Real-Time Forest Monitoring using Satellite Imagery"
Georgina Ettritch: “Geomorphological and Hydrological controls on the distribution and productivity of Anopheles messeae in the Dyfi catchment, Wales.”
Gwawr Jones: “Enhancing opportunities for coastal habitat characterization, mapping and monitoring.”
Joshua Jones: “Land-use history and carbon potential in regrowth forests the Amazon.”
Sizwe Mabaso: “The use of remote sensing to enhance forest degradation mapping and monitoring in Tanzania”
Nathan Thomas: “The potential of ALOS PALSAR for mapping time-series changes in mangrove forest extent”
Becky Charnock: “Assessment of Biodiversity Indicators in Wales Utilising Remote Sensing Data“
Heather Crump, 2014: “Habitat suitability modelling for upland bird species in Wales”
Sarah Perry, 2014: “Investigating the use of remote sensing technology for monitoring marine megafauna in Wales”
Alisdair Cunningham, 2014: “Satellite-based monitoring of land cover change in Wales: a multi-sensor approach”
Sonali Ghosh, 2013: “Habitat Suitability Mapping for tigers (Panthera tigris) in the Indo-Bhutan Manas Tiger Conservation Landscape”
Dan Clewely, 2012: “Retrieval of Forest Structure and Biomass from Radar Data using Backscatter Modelling and Inversion”
Johanna Breyer, 2009: “Habitat classification using airborne and spaceborne remote sensing for biodiversity assessment in Wales.”
Pete Bunting, 2007: “Integration of remote sensing data for the characterisation of Australian Forests.”