Jobs

18 hours ago | Postdoctoral fellow | Sweden
A researcher/postdoctoral position on climate effects of forest-based biomaterial and bioenergy is available at SLU
18 hours ago | PhD position | Sweden
A PhD student position in microbial community ecology is available at the Department of Ecology and Genetics, Limnology.
1 week ago | Postdoctoral fellow | Sweden
Post-doctoral position in Agricultural and Food Economics – with a focus on intercropping
1 week ago | Professor | Finland
PRO­FESSOR I EKO­LOGI OCH/​ELLER EVOL­U­TIONS­BIO­LOGI, SVENSKA SOM UN­DER­VIS­NINGSS­PRÅK
1 week ago | Postdoctoral fellow | Sweden
Postdoctoral position that aims to investigate how fertilization influences stability of forest soil C stocks. More specifically the work address how disturbance (logging) influence stability of the soil C stock, if effects differs depending on past fertilization, and if stability can be linked to functional composition of the soil fungal community.
1 week ago | PhD position | Sweden
PhD position in climate driven speciation, studying climate adaptation, mito-nuclear interactions and hybrid dysfunction in pied and collared flycatchers of Öland, Sweden. 
1 week ago | PhD position | Visby, Gotland
Two PhD positions in Animal Ecology are available within the project ReCod, a collaborative project between Uppsala University and BalticWaters2030. The positions are placed at Campus Gotland in Visby.
2 weeks ago | Iceland
The Faculty of Life- and Environmental Sciences at the University of Iceland is seeking a motivated candidate for a three-year PhD position for the project “Trapped in a degraded state? Tundra ecosystem responses to grazing cessation” (TRAPP).
2 weeks ago | Postdoctoral fellow | Tromsø, Norway
Two-year postdoctoral position at UiT The Arctic University of Norway and The Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA), within the EU-project “Drivers and Feedbacks of Changes in Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity (CHARTER)”.
2 weeks ago | Iceland
We are looking for a motivated PhD student to join the project “Herbivores in the tundra: linking diversity and function (TUNDRAsalad)” funded by the Icelandic Research Fund.