We are looking for a PhD student in ecosystem analysis to evaluate habitat quality, ecosystem services and the impact of chemical stressors in streams and rivers, based at our Eußerthal research facility and campus Landau.
The Environmental Ecosystem Ecology Lab at University of Namur, Belgium, offers a PhD position in community ecology to examine the effects of global change (temperature and pollution) on coexistence in competitive phytoplankton communities.
Four french environmental research laboratories jointly offer a PhD position on the use of passive eDNA sensors to monitor the biological communities of intermittent rivers and groundwaters.
Umeå University, Sweden, is offering a PhD position in environmental chemistry with focus on toxicokinetic modeling.
The Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg and the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research jointly offer a PhD position on detection of pharmaceuticals, pesticides and other xenobiotics and their removal from surface waters, located in Leipzig.
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.
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 Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) in Leipzig offers four PhD positions within the integrated project “Linking catchment scale nutrient export to pelagic, benthic and hyporheic ecosystem functioning across stressor gradients”.
The Research Centre for Toxic Compounds in the Environment (RECETOX) at Masaryk University, Czech Republic, is hiring a total of four PhD students in projects on nanopesticides and conazole fungicides.
The University of Münster is looking for two PhD students in the project “MikroPlaTaS” to investigate the effects of microplastics on either macrozoobenthos or microorganisms.