Weekly links round-up: 29/10/2015

A new post on the methods blog highlights the importance of citizen science data for biodiversity and demography research and discusses some of the statistical techniques that have been used to deal with the biases in these data.


Training in Bayesian modelling for practising ecologists at Colorado State University 18-27 May 2016. This course has funding attached to it for both US and international participants.


PhD at University of Southampton: The global biodiversity implications of a UK transition to a low carbon economy.

PhD at Senckenberg: theoretical population genomics.

Assistant Professor position at UC Santa Barbara: quantitative ecology.


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