PhD Position (scholarship for 3 years) available at the Institute of Botany, University of Innsbruck (Austria), within an interdisciplinary, externally funded research project on 10´000 years of climatic and human impact in the Sivretta Massif between the Paznaun Valley (Austria) and the Lower Engadine (Switzerland) as a collaboration between the Universities of Innsbruck (Austria), Zürich (Switzerland) and Bamberg (Germany).
Deadline September 25th, 2010. More in attached PDF.
The Division of Landscape Ecology and Landscape Planning, Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences and Environmental Management of Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, offers a post graduate position (salary TV-H E13) for 3 years from 01 November 2010 within the project:“Ecological and evolutionary role of a persistent soil seed bank in perennial herbaceous plant species” funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). Deadline 27 September 2010. More in attached PDF.
Research position opens (for a PhD applicant or Postdoc): Spread of the invasive Ambrosia artemisiifolia in Central and Eastern Europe analysed by population genetics at the Institute of Botany of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna by Gerhardt Karrer. More in attached DOC.
5 PhD positions open in Ecology & Evolution at the University of Tübingen, in a graduate school about "Morphological variability of organisms under environmental stress". More in PDF.
There are three open PhD positions in a new project about the adaptation of the long-lived alpine shrub Salix herbacea to different altitudes and habitats, and its ecological and evolutionary responses to climate change. The project is a collaboration between the WSL Davos (Christian Rixen, Sonja Wipf), the Universities of Basel (Günter Hoch), Bern (Mark van Kleunen, Oliver Bossdorf) and Fribourg (Christian Lexer), and the University of Uppsala (Sophie Karrenberg). Moree in attached PDF
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Two PhDs open in Scotland, for conditions and deadlines see the following links:
Importance of waterborne seed dispersal for conservation of
alder-dominated riparian woodlands
Evolution in the Scottish Highlands: have forest trees adapted to local
Botanický ústav AVČR a Přírodovědecká fakulta JČU v Českých Budějovicích
nabízí možnost postgraduálního studia v oboru Botanika
Téma PhD. z experimentální ekologie:
Úloha transgenerační fenotypové plasticity v evoluci populací rostlin
The research is carried out in the Laboratory of Dr. Yagil Osem, Institute of Plant Sciences, ARO, Volcani Center, Bet Dagan with the collaboration of Prof. Ehud Meron and Prof. Moshe Shachak, Ben Gurion University.
The research is funded by the International Science Foundation. It involves field (Northern Negev) and laboratory (Bet Dagan) work.
1) Masters degree (Ecology, Biology or Agriculture)
2) Willingness for intensive field work