NIOZ Visiting PhD student Junlin Ren’s study on the invasion on cordgrass in the Chinese “Red Beach” marshes has just come out in Science Advances, taking the front cover!
This Sunday morning I was interviewed at the radio show Vroege Vogels (early birds), talking with Menno Bentveld about the importance of spatial patterns in mussel beds.
See the Vroege Vogels website (in Dutch): https://vroegevogels.vara.nl/media/375430
My interview appears at 1:48:50-1:51:00 and at 2:31:16-2:42:28.
I am looking for a highly motivated Postdoc with a keen interest in the modeling of ecological interactions and the resulting spatial pattern formation in marine ecosystems, to join our work on the restoration of seagrass beds in the Wadden Sea.
For a description of the vacancy, see: