Tag Archives: stressors

A mini-review of process-based food web models and their application in aquatic-terrestrial meta-ecosystems

In this post, Stephen Osakpolor talks about his review of process-based food web models for both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem. These models are essential for understanding how stressors affect the interconnected environments.

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PhD position in Aquatic Ecology and Ecotoxicology at University of Valencia

The Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity of Evolutionary Ecology at the University of Valencia (Spain) is offering a PhD position to study the resilience of aquatic populations and communities to chemical and environmental stressors in Mediterranean coastal wetlands.

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PostDoc position in Environmental Science at Uni Koblenz-Landau

We are looking for a PostDoc researcher to join our Working Group “Quantitative Landscape Ecology” which investigates the effects of multiple anthropogenic stressors on river ecosystems, particularly invertebrates, microorganisms and ecosystem processes.

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