We’re working to provide useful examples of pond projects to inspire and support research and conservation action among EPCN members across Europe. Now on our website you can find information on the People, Ponds and Water project from the UK. Visit the Projects section of the website to find out more about the People, Ponds […]
We are seeking a highly motivated student to pursue her/his PhD studies within the research project “Is Bythotrephes not invasive at home due to prey adaptations?”, funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). Spreading and establishment of species beyond their native range may have drastic ecological, environmental and socio-economic consequences. While alien species invasions receive attention, detailed knowledge […]
You still have time to submit an abstract to the 8th EPCN Workshop The deadline has been extended to the 31st January 2018 to give everyone a chance to propose a presentation on ponds and their wildlife. Come join us! Find all the information you need on the 8th EPCN Workshop website.
We’re pleased to announce that the next EPCN meeting will be held in Torroella de Montgrí, Spain, between May 21 and 25, 2018. A website, with all the programme and booking information will be ready soon. We’ll share that as soon as we can here, and on our Facebook and Twitter.
We’re very happy to share news of research, jobs and other opportunities to further understanding and protection of ponds and their wildlife. Here are a couple of PhDs looking at different aspects of flood plains, with the Open University in the UK: Managing flood risk through working with nature. For anyone interested in this highly […]