The Junior Research Group Statistical Ecotoxicology at the University of Bayreuth in Germany is seeking to fill a 3-year PhD position in statistical ecotoxicology starting as soon as possible.Continue reading
In this post, the blog team revisits the 3 most read posts of the year 2020, and wishes all readers a happy and safe holiday season.Continue reading
In this post, Andreas Scharmüller introduces Standartox, a tool that continuously incorporates the ever-growing number of ecotoxicity test results in an automated process workflow. It provides single aggregated data points for a specific chemical-organism test combination that represents the toxicity of a chemical. These values can be used for the derivation of toxic units (TU) or species sensitivity distributions (SSD).Continue reading
Rifcon is hiring for three positions in ecological modelling, ecotoxicology, and risk assessment for wild birds and mammals, located in Hirschberg, Germany.Continue reading
How to get started in the statistics program R? In our free online course, you will learn to manage, analyse, and visualise your environmental data. The aim of this workshop developed by Landau researcher Jakob Wolfram is to teach environmental scientists the basics in R, so that they can further their career or studies.Continue reading
In this post, Alexander Feckler talks about their recently published paper “When significance becomes insignificant: effect sizes and their uncertainties in Bayesian and frequentist frameworks as an alternative approach when analyzing ecotoxicological data”.
The scientific consulting company Rifcon in Hirschberg is hiring an Ecological Modeller for their “Population Modelling and Statistics” team.
The Working Group “Quantitative Landscape Ecology” of the University of Koblenz-Landau offers a Postdoc position focusing on statistical and spatial analysis of stressor effects on ecological communities and ecosystems.
The University of Koblenz-Landau offers another Postdoc position in the Working Group ‘Quantitative Landscape Ecology’.
The working group Landscape Ecology offers a BSc thesis dealing with a literature review on population recovery after ecotoxicological effects and an MSc thesis dealing with the statistical analysis of recovery. Continue reading