The Institute of Environmental Sciences (iES) at Campus Landau is looking for a research assistant in the working group ‘Functional Aquatic Ecotoxicology’, starting 1st April, 2022.Continue reading
We are offering a thesis on the topic “Amino and fatty acid profiles – sensible biomarkers for ecotoxicological studies?” in our working group “Functional Aquatic Ecotoxicology”.Continue reading
Wageningen University and Research (WUR) is looking for two PhD candidates to study the effects of global change on the emission, fate, effects and risks of chemicals in aquatic ecosystems.
The Aquatic Ecotoxicology group of the IMDEA Water Institute located in Madrid offers a PhD position on the impacts of global change on the vulnerability of aquatic ecosystems to chemical stress.
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is looking for a PhD student to investigate interactive effects of ecological and chemical disturbance on individuals and populations in the model organism Daphnia.
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.
Is the effect of fungicides on leaf decomposition dependent on substrate properties? Uncover relevant processes and mechanisms in a master thesis with us.
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.
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, Mirco Bundschuh talks about their recent review paper addressing the propagation of alterations in the aquatic to the terrestrial ecosystem. Continue reading