AQMRC have supervised a large number of PhDs to completion on air quality and carbon management subjects, the findings of which have directly influenced the development of air quality management policy and practice.
Prospective PhD students are welcome to contact the AQMRC for an informal discussion about opportunities and supervision.
Current PhD research
Co-designing water-energy-food nexus policies for a low carbon and just future of Bristol
Ola (Aleksandra) Michalec
Completed PhD projects
Abstracts and publications for PhD research projects completed by members of the AQMRC.
Enhancing integrated management of atmospheric pollutants within the Local Air Quality Management and Local Pollution and Prevention and Control regimes - using nitrogen dioxide as a focus (PDF)
Ross Hunter, 2012
An exploration of the low carbon futures for the Bristol region
Rosemary Bailey, 2012
Delivering air quality objectives through the LTP process: Are English local government environmental health and transport professionals working together for air quality? (PDF)
Dotun Olowoporoku, 2010
R.A.C.E. Review and Assessment of Commuter Emissions
Nick Davey, 2008
Assessing the contribution of LAQM to environmental justice in England and Wales
Ioanna Gegisian, 2007
The impact of hybrid electric vehicles in urban centres (Abstract) (PDF)
José Marquez, 2005
Air Quality Management Resource Centre (AQMRC)
The AQMRC is widely recognised by air quality and carbon management practitioners, nationally and internationally as a leading provider of information, advice, research and consultancy.
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