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Tag Archives: conservation biology
The Smith Fellowship is a great opportunity for a soon to be or recent PhDs involved in conservation. Their 2012 call has just been announced. The Society for Conservation Biology is pleased to solicit applications for the David H. Smith … Continue reading
My colleague Joern Fischer is offering four new PhD positions at Leuphana University Lueneburg. He writes: Expressions of interest are being sought for four new PhD positions, for commencement in 2011 (details to be negotiated). Please register your interest and … Continue reading
I had a Smith Fellowship during my post-doc and it was a good experience. The 2011 call is open now, and they are open to individuals who want to extend the social-ecological frontiers of conservation biology. The Society for Conservation … Continue reading
Journal Watch Online reports an interesting finding: According to the “tens rule”, roughly ten percent of introduced species become established and ten percent of those become invasive. Only it doesn’t hold for mammals or birds, according to Jonathan Jeschke’s study, … Continue reading