PhD Student Blog
CBER's PhD students come from a wide range of backgrounds, and study PhDs in a variety of specialist areas. Whilst some of their day-to-day research can be accessed through a range of standard techniques, there is sometimes the need to work alongside colleagues based in other countries to collect and discuss their data.
Below are some travel blogs, of CBER students who have recently travelled outside of the UK to undertake; data collection, data analysis, collaboration, and to discover new ways of working.
The conservation value of secondary savannas in the Brazilian Cerrado - text and photos by Guilherme B. Ferreira
Click here to read of David Curnick's PhD Research in Chagos - Part 1 - 2015
Click here to read of David Curnick's PhD Research in Chagos - Part 2 - 2015
Tim Lucas - Reproducible science and ZOÖN Internship
World Park Congress 2014 - Blog 4 - What
has been achieved at the World Parks Congress?
World Park Congress 2014 - Blog 3 - Dragons and Zombies
World Park Congress 2014 - Blog 2 - Are we making progress?
World Park Congress 2014 - Blog 1 - Arrival
Click here to read of David Curnick's PhD Research in Chagos
Click here to read David Curnick's PhD Travel Blog
Click here to read Ellie Dyer's PhD Travel Blog