In this post, Patrick Baudy reports on his recently published paper “Fungal-fungal and fungal-bacterial interactions in aquatic decomposer communities: bacteria promote fungal diversity”.Continue reading
In this post, Kai Riess and Verena Rösch highlight a long-term pot experiment to evaluate the effects of anthropogenic stressors on native plants, soil organisms, and rhizosphere properties.Continue reading
Wageningen University and Research is seeking a PhD student to assess the sublethal effects of psychotropics on aquatic species, populations and ecosystems.Continue reading
The Environmental Ecosystem Ecology Lab at University of Namur, Belgium, offers a PhD position in community ecology to examine the effects of global change (temperature and pollution) on coexistence in competitive phytoplankton communities.
In this new series of posts we present you some of the equipment and facilities we use to assess the fate and environmental impacts of chemical stressors. We start with the Landau Laboratory Stream Microcosm Facility.