Marine Anthropology PhD funding

ITN “SeaChanges: Thresholds in human exploitation of marine vertebrates”
15 fully-funded PhD studentships
https://sites.google.com/york.ac.uk/seachanges/phd-projects
ESR 1: Using ancient DNA to discover the legacy of historic Atlantic cod exploitation (Oslo)
ESR 2: Noise into signal: identification challenges and the medieval fishing revolution (Cambridge)
ESR 3: Tracing the early origins the Atlantic herring trade using ancient DNA (Oslo)
ESR 4: Flatfish and the origins of European Marine fishing (York)
ESR 5: Tracking the decline of salmon in the North Sea basin (York)
ESR 6: Sedimentary fish archives and diadromous taxa (Copenhagen)
ESR 7: Impacts of industrial whaling: scale, ecological and evolutionary legacies (Groningen)
ESR 8: Exploitation of Atlantic walruses by European whalers, c. AD 1600 to 1900 (Groningen)
ESR 9 : Scrimshaw: unlocking the cultural and biological archive of sea mammal art (Cambridge)
ESR 10: Hindcasting to forecast: archaeobiology of the European hake fisheries (CSIC-Vigo)
ESR 11: Current and historical threats to dolphins in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean (CSIC-Vigo)
ESR 12: Exploring the correlations between environmental/ecological drivers and past/contemporary genetic diversity of Atlantic and Mediterranean bluefin tuna populations (Bologna)
ESR 13: Foraging ecology and catch size in Mediterranean groupers before and after the rise of coastal urbanism, c. 2500 BC – AD 500 (Groningen)
ESR 14: Green sea turtle population dynamics and foraging ecology in the ancient Mediterranean (Groningen)
ESR 15: Exploitation and collapse of the Black Sea marine fauna (Copenhagen)

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