Information under anthropogenic change: how does social living respond to increased noise and turbidity?

We’re looking for a top candidate for this year’s NERC GW4+ PhD studentship competition! The project will look at how information (from both private and social sources) is affected by turbidity and anthropogenic noise, with a great line up of cosupervisors including Profs Steve Simpson and Andy Radford, and Dr Amy Deacon. The project uses the Trinidad guppy as a model system, and will involve plenty of field work in lovely Trinidad. If you’ve got a first class degree, prizes from your degree and/or a published paper, get in touch!

You can find more details here. The final deadline is 1600 hours Monday 6 January 2020 but please contact me before this so I can help with your application.