Two new INNS PhDs proposed

14 November 2018

Two new INNS PhDs proposed
Two new PhDs have been proposed through the PANORMA DTP Partnership (Leeds, Hull, York), one focused on mitigating the impacts of long established INNS such as signal crayfish and Himalayan balsam on sediment flux and native biodiversity, and a second focused on the spatial and temporal dynamics involved in the use of eDNA as a tool for monitoring Dreissena. As part of the DTP process, projects will go to the best candidates not necessarily the ‘best’ projects.

More information on the two projects is available here:

Deadline for applications is 7 January 2019.

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