Entries by mcollmonton

Scientists Warning to Humanity

I signed the #ScientistsWarningtoHumanity https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/bix125 and other scientists can still help by endorsing the article here: http://scientistswarning.forestry.oregonstate.edu/ Join the effort!

Kelpex Off the Deep End!

Within Kelpex project, WP3 team started the research cruise. This part of the KELPEX project will look at the movement and influence of kelp on deep-sea communities. http://www.kelpex.org/single-post/2017/04/27/Off-the-deep-end


Opportunity to develop a MSc thesis on Kelp Ecology

Under the project KELPEX (Kelp export: fuel for adjacent communities in changing artic ecosystems? http://www.niva.no/kelpex) we are offering a MSc thesis on kelp ecology. KELPEX is a multidisciplinary project integrating research in kelp forest, biodiversity, coastal and deep-sea ecology and modelling, to determine the role played by kelp export in shaping the structure and function […]

Research contract opportunity on Ecological Modelling of MPA networks in the Mediterranean

We are looking for a candidate to apply to  a six to twelve month research contract under the SafeNet action (Sustainable Fisheries in EU Mediterranean Waters through Network of MPAs, http://www.criobe.pf/recherche/safenet/) (December 2015-December 2018). SafeNet aims to identify coherent network(s) of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and other area-based fisheries management rules (e.g. temporary closures) whose […]

EwE introductory course in Tasmania

A new Ecopath with Ecosim introductory course is being taught in Hobart, Tasmania, from the 7th to the 11th of March 2016. Teachers are Villy Christensen, Jeroen Steenbeek, Carl Walters and Marta Coll Participants from eleven different countries are participating.

BlueBRIDGE EU H2020 project updates

Bringing food web models to the next level: Interview with Jeroen Steenbeek, Head Technical Committee at Ecopath Research and Development Consortium Jeroen Steenbeek, Head Technical Committee at Ecopath Research and Development Consortium, explains why the food web models are fundamental for predicting the human impact on marine ecosystems and the work he is planning to […]