The Senckenberg Nature Research Society is looking for a PostDoc researcher in terrestrial or freshwater ecology in cooperation with the Faculty of Biology at the University of Duisburg-Essen.Continue reading
University of Minho (UMinho) in Portugal is hiring a PostDoc for the project “STREAMECO: Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning under climate change: from the gene to the stream”.
The University of Québec and INRS-Eau Terre Environnement jointly offer a PostDoc and a PhD position in freshwater ecology based in Montréal.
In the scope of a PostDoc call in Catalonia, there is an opportunity on integrating biodiversity and ecosystem health into life-cycle assessment using freshwater salinization as a case study, jointly offered by researchers at University of Barcelona and University of Vic.
In this series of posts, Carsten Brühl reports about his current trip to Costa Rica. Part 6 is all about his guest lecture in the “Tropical Ecotoxicology” masters program at National University of Costa Rica.
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.
The Geography Department at Humboldt University of Berlin is looking to fill two PhD and one Postdoc position on avian biodiversity modelling and global change ecology. Continue reading
The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Uppsala is seeking a PhD student to work in environmental assessment with a focus on stream ecology within the Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment.
The Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium, offers a 2-year PhD position on how functional diversity measured at the individual level affects multiple ecosystem functions and how stress may affect these relationships. Continue reading
In this post, Sebastian Stehle informs about their recently published paper “Agricultural insecticides threaten surface waters at the global scale”.