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PhD studentship in aquatic ecology at Lancaster University

Lancaster Uni Food Web PhD

The Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, is offering a PhD studentship funded for up to 3.5 years in aquatic ecology:

Using isotope-derived metrics of food web architecture to test the success of habitat restorations.

Further details on the award can be found here. Supervisors: Prof Jonathan Grey (Lancaster University & The Wild Trout Trust) and Mr Jack Spees (Ribble Rivers Trust). Closing date for applications is 14th February 2016.

 

Calling all young researchers

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First Collaborative European Freshwater Science Project for Young Researchers – call for proposals for projects from young Freshwater scientists across Europe (Deadline: 12am, 31 January 2016) and the EFFS Award for outstanding scientific and intellectual work in Freshwater Science performed by early career researchers in Europe (Deadlines: 30 September 2016

FBA freshwater courses for 2016

Our new programme of Freshwater Courses for 2016 is now available online and will be sent to members with the Autumn/Winter issue of FBA News.

Our ever popular hands-on courses equip you with the skills and confidence to sample and identify freshwater plants and animals, and provide you with key field and laboratory experience. Tutored by leading experts in freshwater biology and ecology, our courses use a selection of authoritative FBA identification keys.

 
 
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