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PhD Studentship - Agent-based methods for representing anthropogenic fire in dynamic global vegetation models


Applications are invited for a three-year fully-funded PhD project at King’s College London as part of the new Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires, Environment and Society.

The project aims to i) create landscape-scale ABM for case study locations and ii) develop methods to emulate results from i) to apply at broader scales. Outcomes will improve understanding about how ABM can contribute to improving representation of anthropogenic fire activity in dynamic global vegetation models, such as being developed elsewhere within the Leverhulme Centre.

Full details available here: https://kingsgeocomputation.org/2019/06/20/phd-opportunity-agent-based-methods-for-human-fire-activity-in-dynamic-global-vegetation-models/

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