Blog

First Call for World-Wide Open Access to European Aquatic Mesocosm Facilities in 2018

Posted by:

The recently started EU Research Infrastructure project AQUACOSM (http://aquacosm.eu) now opens it’s first AQUACOSM Transnational Access Program to fund opportunities to lead or participate in mesocosm experiments at more than 37 aquatic mesocosm facilities located at 18 AQUACOSM partners throughout Europe.

 

The project and opportunity to fund mesocosm experiments is unique as it is the first time one collaborative international project represent a full cross section of Aquatic Ecosystems ranging from freshwater to estuarine and marine systems, covering the Sub-Arctic to the Mediterranean ...

Continue Reading →
0

Open call for a funded PhD at BTU – Cottbus Senftenberg (Germany) in temporary river Carbon biogeochemistry

Posted by:

PhD position on  Regulation of the organic matter processing / C-turnover in the
land-water interfaces available at Research Station Bad Saarow (near Berlin), Germany

 
BTU will establish a graduate research cluster “Signatures of Disturbed  Landscapes” in October 2017. The cluster comprises 5 projects focussing on coupled abiotic and biotic aspects of aquatic and terrestrial subsystems and their interactions in disturbed landscapes. Processes of carbon turnover are used as an example to investigate the effects of disturbance on element fluxes inside ...

Continue Reading →
0

A Training School on the biogeochemistry of IRES !

Posted by:

The EU Cost Action SMIRES (Science and Management of Intermittent Rivers & Ephemeral Streams; http://www.smires.eu) organizes its first Training School (TS): “Biogeochemistry in intermittent streams: techniques and concepts”. The TS will be held in Caldes de Malavella (Girona, Spain) from the 25th to the 29th of September 2017. Deadline for applications is the 15th of July 2017.

More info: http://www.smires.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Flyer-Training-School-SMIRES.pdf

 

 

Continue Reading →
0

Best student oral and poster presentations at SEFS10

Posted by:

EFYR is proud to announce the best oral and poster student presentations at SEFS10 in Olomouc. Each student was scored by three PhD+ attendants to the conference. The awards were given on Friday 7 July during the closing ceremony.

Best oral presentation:

  • Anna Freeman: Zooplankton influence on phytoplankton biomass and community structure in rivers

Subsidiary awards for oral presentations:

  • Ariana Chiapella: Partitioning dietary energy sources using compound-specific isotopes: a mesocosm study
  • Rosetta Blackman: How much can environmental DNA (eDNA) reflect a local macroinvertebrate community in ...
Continue Reading →
1

Call for applications: the 2nd SIL student competition

Posted by:

The 2nd SIL student competition is now open for applications!
_smalllogosil2The 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.

 

For details, instruction and application form ...

Continue Reading →
0

Beca predoctoral: Metabarcoding de diatomeas

Posted by:

 

El Centro de Cambio Climático (C3) de la URV y el programa de Ecosistemas Acuáticos del IRTA convocan: 

Una beca predoctoral para la realización de tesis para la obtención del grado de Doctor por la Universidad Rovira i Virgili (URV) 

Referencia de la beca: 2017PMF-PIP-04 

Título: Metabarcoding de diatomeas: desarrollo de nuevas herramientas para el ...

Continue Reading →
0

Researcher (100%) in landscape ecology

Posted by:

 at the Institute for Environmental Sciences at the Campus Landau/Pfalz, Germany. The appointment is for 4 years and subject to the German law on fixed-term contracts in science (WissZeitVG). Salary will be according to 100% of the German public service salary scale TV-L 13.

Topic:

The Working Group Quantitative Landscape Ecology investigates the effects of ...

Continue Reading →
0

Winners of the EFFS Award for the best PhD Dissertation in Freshwater Sciences (2015-2016)

Posted by:

_smallWinnersThe EFFS Board of Representatives is proud to announce the successful applicants for the EFFS Award for the best PhD Dissertation in Freshwater Sciences (2015-2016).

An international jury, composed of five members of the International Representatives of EFFS and EFYR, have evaluated the pre-selected dissertations, which had been transmitted by the National Societies. Three candidates have been selected for the prizes.

Main prize and winner of the EFFS Award for the best PhD ...

Continue Reading →
0

3 postdoc positions at RECETOX

Posted by:

Continue Reading →
0

Faculty Position in Fish Ecology – Texas A&M University – Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences

Posted by:

Position Title: Assistant Professor of Fish Ecology

General Duties and Responsibilities: The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M University is accepting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Fish Ecology. We seek an ecologist whose research focuses on inland and/or coastal fishes using a combination of field and laboratory studies to address fundamental and applied questions in ecology, evolutionary biology and/or management. Although all areas of fish ecology will be given full consideration, candidates whose research may ...

Continue Reading →
0
Page 5 of 11 «...34567...»