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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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New online lecture on “Mechanisms underlying biodiversity patterns in river-like dendritic networks”

The Quantitative Landscape Ecology Group and the Graduate School SystemLink from the University of Koblenz-Landau would like to invite you to an online lecture by Dr. Isabelle Gounand (Institut d’Écologie et des Sciences de l’Environnement de Paris (iEES-Paris); Sorbonne Université) on 28 October 2020.

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SystemLink – a new large multidisciplinary and multiyear project on aquatic-terrestrial interfaces and anthropogenic stress

The champagne glasses have not yet been cleaned and the headaches are slowly about to vanish as we realise that we managed to get funding for a new large project starting in October 2019 in Landau!

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