Tag Archives: aquatic-terrestrial linkage

Save the date: SystemLink virtual conference on aquatic-terrestrial linkages on January 28 & 29

The SystemLink graduate school at the University of Koblenz Landau, Institute of Environmental Sciences (iES), will host a free virtual research workshop on the topic of anthropogenic alterations of aquatic-terrestrial linkages.

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Chemicals cross boundaries: New book highlights the water-land interface

In this post, Mirco Bundschuh and Ralf Schulz talk about a new book on contaminants and ecological interfaces, edited by Johanna M Kraus, David M Walters (both USGS) and Marc. A Mills (US EPA).

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MSc thesis opportunity on method development and subsidy quality of stressed systems

We offer a master thesis at the University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Landau) to develop a method determining multiple energy reserves in one insect sample. It will be used as tool to investigate changes in the subsidy quality of stressed systems.

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