Project description Biodiversity is declining at unprecedented rates, with far-reaching consequences for the functioning of ecosystems and human well-being. The loss of any species can have profound consequences given that all species are entangled in complex networks of interactions with other species. Thus, any species loss can promote a deep reorganisation of the communities and ecosystems.
We are offering a research project listed under La Caixa prestigious PhD studentships. The studentships are competitive and only the best students will be selected. Our project is termed "Modelling the future of species interactions under climate change extremes". For this project, we are looking for a bright and committed candidate with ability to work in a collaborative international
We are looking for a lab & field technician to support experiments in the project AQUACOSM-PLUS, more specifically within the Iberian Ponds programme. Description of the job, salary and application process here.
Two 3-year Research Assistant positions in my MAraujo lab: Ecology and Biogeography - In depth knowledge in the area of biogeography of climate change, community ecology, landscape ecology, theoretical ecology, or macroecology; - Experience in numerical analysis of ecological data and Species distribution modelling (SDM). More details here. Conservation Biology and Spatial Planning -
This is the second time we make this announcement but owing to COVID-19 the first round was cancelled. We are now opening it again. Full description can be obtained here.
Title: Coastal Biodiversity Resilience to Increasing Extreme Events in the Caribbean Principal Investigators: Dr. Miguel Araujo CSIC-MNCN Dr. Ana Rey CSIC-MNCN Dr. Rosa Maria Roman-Cuesta, CIFOR 1. Background Central America (CA) (Mesoamerica + Caribbean) has faced increased exposure to damaging climate extreme events. This region has long been dubbed the miner’s canary of climate
We are looking for an administrative project manager to a PARIBAS-funded international project: COastal biodiversity RESilience to increasing extreme events in Central AMerica (CORESCAM): implications for regional conservation and policy making Principal Investigators: Dr. Ana Rey CSIC-MNCN, Dr. Miguel B. Araújo CSIC-MNCN, Dr. Rosa Maria Roman-Cuesta, CIFOR 1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION A
2 years postdoc position in the context of the PredWeb (Predicting Food-Web Biogeography). Project, funded through the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities. Background: Biogeography examines distributions of species and communities at broad geographical scales of extent and it is often assumed that interactions among species are second-order effects, with the relationship
44 permanent research positions at the CSIC in a variety of fields, including one in biogeography and other in biological conservation. Highly recommended for mature and highly successful postdocs wanting to land a research-only permanent job. Unfortunately, the advert is only in Spanish and uses a legalese language, but it is worth the effort if you are