Opportunities to work with or as part of the Greenhouse Gas Research Group will be posted here:
Currently applications are welcomed for short visits through the InGOS program.
Students wishing to pursue a Masters by Research program are encouraged to contact Dr Dave Lowry or Prof Euan Nisbet to discuss project options.
Currently we have no open Ph.D opportunities
- Fugitive methane emissions from the gas distribution system: southern North Sea and UK midstream to downstream delivery.
- Environmental baseline monitoring associated with shale gas development
- New methodologies for methane removal from the atmosphere
- MEMO2 (MEthane goes MObile: MEasurement and MOdelling)
- The Global Methane Budget (MOYA)
Links to new projects and associated Ph.D / MRes opportunities will appear here
NERC (Natural Environmental Research Council) Funded Projects
- 2015-2017 Methane Emissions in Kuwait and their Isotopic Signature
- 2014-2014 Quantifying the uncertainty associated with predicting csg production impacts for the cotton research and development corporation.
- 2015-2017 Methane at the edge: jointly developing state-of-the-art high-precision methods to understand atmospheric methane emission.
- 2013-2016 Investigation of the southern methane anomaly: causes, implications, and relevance to past global events
- 2013-2014 Oxidation of methane by landfill cover soils
- 2011-2015 Is the Arctic Methane Budget Changing? (NERC)
- 2011-2016 MAMM – Methane and other Greenhouse Gases in the Arctic: Measurements, Process Studies and Modelling. (NERC)
- 2008-2013 Southern Ocean CO2
- 2008-2011 Arctic Methane
- 2007-2011 Arctic Hydrates
- 2011-2015 InGOS (EU)
- 2007-2011 GeoMan
- 2007-2011 IMECC
- 2006-2009 Eurohydros
Other Funded Projects
- 2013 Methane oxidation by Landfill covered soils. (With NPL Analytical Science Division and RHUL -DEFRA funded project)
- 2011 Methane oxidation by landfill cover soils (Funded by the National Physics Laboratory in conjunction with DEFRA)