2 days ago | Sweden
The SLU is looking for three new professors in plant pathology, in microbial ecology in forest ecosystems and in forest pathology at the Department of forest mycology and plant pathology.
2 weeks ago | PhD position | Norway
PhD position in Applied Ecology (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences): Management of wildlife populations under a changing climate
3 weeks ago | Postdoctoral fellow | Sweden
Two post-doc positions in Microbial Ecology are available at the Department of forest mycology and plant pathology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala, Sweden.
3 weeks ago | Copy-editor/proofreader | Can be based anywhere
The Oikos Editorial Office produces and manage a set of internationally renowned journals: Ecography, Journal of Avian Biology, Nordic Journal of Botany, Oikos and Wildlife Biology. A major undertaking is to copy-edit manuscripts for typesetting, consider proof-corrections from authors and proof-read papers prior to publication. All papers are published in English.
4 weeks ago | Postdoctoral fellow | Finland
Cities grow globally at an accelerating pace. Environmental change due to urbanization is expected to increasingly affect the evolution of extant species, potentially in a climate-dependent way. Yet, the evolutionary consequences of urbanization remain poorly understood, which is a significant problem in evolutionary biology. A few specific and conspicuous examples, however, demonstrate that urbanization-induced evolution takes place, industrial melanism in moths being the classical example of urban adaptation. This project will use a macro-scale approach to comprehensively examine urban adaptation and its climate-dependency by using Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths) as study system. The project focuses on four aspects of evolution in urban environments: (1) life history adaptations to urban environments, (2) adaptations to light pollution, (3) physiological adaptations to the urban thermal environment, and (4) the origins of urban adaptations.
1 month ago | Managing editor | Can be based anywhere
Do you have a PhD in plant ecology and an interest in scientific publishing and communication? Are you also good at project management and appreciate constructive teamwork? Maybe you are our next Managing Editor for Nordic Journal of Botany!
1 month ago | Senior lecturer | Sweden
The position is in the subject of bioscience, which at Skövde University is defined as the study of biological structures, processes and functions at different levels from biomolecules to living cells, organ systems, whole organisms, populations, species and ecosystems. Your main tasks will be teaching as well as the administration that comes from these tasks. The teaching is conducted together with other teachers in life sciences, especially in the specialization in ecology. The ecology group conducts both teaching and research where the group's research projects focus on the sustainable use of biological resources and nature conservation.