The University of Liverpool have a fully-funded PhD studentship available on 'Risk of River Flood Inundation under Climate Change: Assessment of the Relative Effects of Changes in Plant Growth and Flood Regime on Conveyance'.
The studentship is in partnership with the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH). The student will work with James Cooper and Ming Li in Liverpool, and with Pamela Naden and Ponnambalam Rameshwaran at CEH. The start date is October 2014.
The PhD Studentship covers tuition fees and a stipend of £13,726 annually over 4 years. In addition, a research budget is provided. To qualify for full funding, prospective applicants need to meet the EPSRC eligibility criteria
The deadline for applications is Monday 30th June. Further details on the project and on how to apply can be found here