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Research in Ecology and the Natural Environment

Facilitating research, networking, student opportunities and shaping a centre of excellence

The Earth, Ecology and Environment Research Collective is a network of researchers based at Teesside University, UK, aiming to:

  • Shape a centre of excellence in earth, ecology and environment research in the Northeast of England
  • Take an interdisciplinary approach to addressing key global change issues and developing sustainable solutions
  • Provide a supportive and stimulating environment where early career researchers, and undergraduate and postgraduate students can develop into independent, world-class researchers

Latest blog posts

Lecturer in Geography (1 Posts)

Our Department is advertising for one permanent positions of lecturer in geography with specialism in GIS and river and coastal systems. The newly appointed lecturer has an opportunity to take a leading role in our Earth, Ecology and Environment research collective and bring their own research and/or consultancy expertise. The job ad can be foundContinue reading “Lecturer in Geography (1 Posts)”

Call for Expressions of Interest in Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships

Teesside University, the School of Health and Life Science, and the Earth, Ecology and Environment research collective are welcoming expressions of interest in Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships. The research areas of existing strength are as follows: Climate change Impacts and palaeoclimate reconstruction Archaeological advances in preservation and outreach Sustainable agriculture and aquaculture Rewilding forContinue reading “Call for Expressions of Interest in Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships”

Dr Baldini’s collaboration with the Durham Wildlife Trust to research microplastic pollution from Source to Sea

Plastic pollution in the marine environment is widely recognised as one of the major challenges of our time. In an attempt to contribute to addressing this problem Dr Lisa Baldini and the Durham Wildlife Trust decided to tackle the problem at the source. The project from Source to Sea investigates the source and abundance ofContinue reading “Dr Baldini’s collaboration with the Durham Wildlife Trust to research microplastic pollution from Source to Sea”



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