In this blogpost, Emma Yenney talks about her interesting journey from Germany to Australia in pursuit of understanding plastic contamination in mangrove ecosystems. Her quest led her to the University of Queensland’s – Queensland Alliance for Environmental Health Sciences (QAEHS), where she joined Professor Kevin Thomas and his lab. The post details her experiences, including securing a scholarship, navigating the rental market, and the rigorous process of conducting fieldwork and lab analysis. Ultimately, the post underscores the transformative power of international research experiences and the opportunities for personal and academic growth that can arise from venturing beyond one’s home.Continue reading
The Research Training Group SystemLink at University of Koblenz-Landau, funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), currently offers several master theses.Continue reading
We are offering a master thesis investigating ecotoxicological responses of aquatic invertebrates to wastewater treated with different technologies.
Is the effect of fungicides on leaf decomposition dependent on substrate properties? Uncover relevant processes and mechanisms in a master thesis with us.
The Eußerthal Ecosystem Research Station (EERES) offers a master thesis on the topic “Pesticides and Microplastics in Surface Waters around Landau” to students of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Sciences.
The working group Quantitative Landscape Ecology offers projects dealing with environmental analytics. Continue reading
In this post, the team „Community Ecology & Ecotoxicology” advertises a new Master thesis.