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Don’t miss the date! International SIL Student Competition

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The 2nd SIL student competition is open for applications till September 30! DON’T MISS THE DATE!
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The competition is for the best published paper in Limnology appearing as part of a PhD or MSc thesis. The competition will have a national stage, run by the SIL National Representatives, followed by an international stage. The competition winner will be invited to give a plenary talk at the 2018 SIL Congress in Nanjing.

 

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Postdoctoral Associate in Lake Water Quality Forecasting at Virginia Tech

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Position summary: A new position for a postdoctoral associate to collaborate with a vibrant, interdisciplinary research team working in freshwater ecology is available in the Carey Lab at Virginia Tech. This position is part of a recently-funded NSF project that will develop a water quality forecasting system for a drinking water supply reservoir and Global Lakes Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) site. As part of the project, we are combining high-frequency sensor monitoring, modeling, ecosystem forecasting, and data-intensive analytical approaches from ecology, computer science, ...

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Post-Doc position: Integrated models for meta-population dynamics of fish populations: Assessment of the impact of multiple stressors and spatial management

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We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated researcher to join our group for a 2-years post-doctoral fellow (starting late 2017-early 2018) based in the Fisheries Ecology group, research unit Ecology and Ecosystem Health, Agrocampus Ouest (Rennes, France).

The researcher will develop integrated population dynamic models to explore the meta-population dynamics of nursery-dependent flatfish in the Eastern Channel, and its consequences on stock assessment and for spatial management.

The research will be developed in an attractive ...

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New Twitter Account

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We are back up and running under a new handle, if you want regular updates please follow @EFFS_EFYR

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Water Awards

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The international journal WATER has announced that the “2018 Water Young Investigator Award” is now open. All nominations and applications will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee led by the Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Arjen Y. Hoekstra, together with Associate Editors Prof. Dr. Athanasios Loukas, Prof. Dr. Y. Jun Xu and Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Püttmann.

Find out more here.

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Postdoctoral position in Irstea Aix-en-Provence, FRANCE – Resistance, resilience and succession of biofilm and macroinvertebrate communities in response to natural and experimental floods

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Postdoctoral position in Irstea Aix-en-Provence, FRANCE
Resistance, resilience and succession of biofilm and macroinvertebrate communities in response to natural and experimental floods

Contacts: maxime.logez@irstea.fr; christine.argillier@irstea.fr; gaït.archambaud@irstea.fr

Irstea – Centre d’Aix-en-Provence UNR RECOVER, équipe FRESHCO 3275 route de Cézanne
13182 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 5
www.irstea.fr

Closing date for application: 1st October 2017

Start date: January 2018.

Duration: 12 ...

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Environmental Assistant at NTU

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An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the award winning Environment Team at Nottingham Trent University (NTU). Working and liaising with University staff at all levels to gather user requirements and needs, you will assist the Environment Team in engagement with students and staff to support sustainability projects at NTU.  You will have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to complete tasks to deadlines, ensuring a high level of accuracy at all times.

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Fully funded river ecology PhD – Ecological responses to hydrological dynamism in temporary river ecosystems

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Contact: Rachel Stubbington (

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Temporary rivers, including England’s iconic chalk streams, experience natural transitions between lotic, lentic, and terrestrial conditions, which contributes substantially to their high biodiversity. However, the dynamic nature of temporary streams also poses a unique and pressing challenge for the effective assessment and enhancement of the ecological quality. This project represents an exciting ...
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Project FRAMWAT – Position for PhD Candidates (3 years)

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Topic: Effects of small water retention measures on ecosystem functions and ecosystem services in an Austrian river basin

Start: autumn / winter 2017

Application deadline: September 30th 2017

The PhD will be performed in the frame of the 3 year internat. project FRAMWAT within the Central Europe Interreg Program. The aim of the PhD thesis is to analyze the effects of a combination of small water retention measures on ecosystem functions and potential ecosystem service provision ...

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EuroRun – Fresh Project Update

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EuroRun was the winner of the 1st EFFS-EFYR collaborative call for research projects led by young researchers.

EuroRun integrates 16 teams from 11 European countries, with a total of 47 young freshwater researchers conducting samplings at 34 stream sites

The project is aimed at estimating CO2 fluxes from European running waters and represents the first coordinated European-wide study to examine fluvial CO2 fluxes. You can now find more information on the project progresses by ...

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