Mirco Bundschuh shares his experiences after coming back from an interesting visit at a field office of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) as well as the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute (CINVESTAV) in Yucatan, Mexico.
In this series of posts, Carsten Brühl reports about his current trip to Costa Rica. Part 4 is all about his visit of the Laguna de Madre Dios, where researchers sample water and fish to analyse for pesticide residues originating from upstream banana and pineapple plantations.
In this series of posts, Carsten Brühl reports about his current trip to Costa Rica. Part 2 is all about his host Clemens Ruepert who is an experienced environmental analytical chemist at the Regional Institute for Studies on Toxic Substances of the National University of Costa Rica.
The Department of River Ecology and Conservation at Senckenberg in Gelnhausen and the Faculty of Biology at the University of Duisburg-Essen jointly offer a PhD position in stream ecology with focus on the Bavarian Forest National Park.
We offer a research opportunity for master students focusing on the analysis of aquatic food webs and ecosystem processes to characterize the current ecological state of the Maroccan Draa river catchment.
In this post, we briefly highlight the 100th Volume Special Issue of the Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (BECT), which is freely accessible until 23 March 2018.
We are offering a Bachelor thesis or Research Project Course (RPC) on the topic “Testing nanoparticle effects in aquatic ecosystems – a feasibility study”.
Ghent University is hiring a PhD student for the project “COM-MET-MIX: Ecotoxicity of metal mixtures to aquatic communities: Something from nothing?” within its Laboratory of Environmental Toxicology and Aquatic Ecology.
In this post, Gabriela Kalcikova talks about their recently published paper “Wastewater treatment plant effluents as source of cosmetic polyethylene microbeads to freshwater”.
In this post, we talk about our recently published paper “Transient effects following peak exposures towards pesticides – an explanation for the unresponsiveness of in situ measured functional variables”.