Young AIL

The Iberian Association of Limnology (AIL) has a special section of Young AIL, made up of all those members which are students or postdoctoral researchers who do not yet have a permanent position. They have a working committee that organizes annual meetings and activities for this group.

When registering for the Association, there is an option to indicate if you want to belong to the Young-AIL when you provide your personal information.

The coordinators of the Young-AIL are Edurne Estévez and Isabel Fernandes.

Advantages of being a member of Young-AIL:
- possibility of participating in a network of young researchers
- possibility of applying for grants to participate in congresses organized or supported by AIL
- possibility of applying for projects for young researchers, organized by AIL and by the European Federation for Freshwater Sciences (EFFS)
- possibility of participating in meetings, courses and workshops organized or supported by AIL
- possibility of applying for the prize for the best Iberian (AIL) and European PhD thesis (EFFS).


Biological invasions modify the coexistence of native species in aquatic ecosystems

Young limnologists link functional ecology and invasive species habitat niches to predict biodiversity lossesVersion in Spanish and PortugueseBiological invasions are one of the most important causes of biodiversity loss and ecosystem change worldwide, which are especially damaging in aquatic habitats. However, it is still unclear how biological invasions may interact with local abiotic stressors (e.g.,...

AGRHYDROM: Poster in SEFS10 conference

We are back with a new update on AGRYDROM project!From the 2nd  to the 7th of July the 10thSEFS conference took place in Olomouc (Czech Republic). In this conference we presented a poster (click here to download it) with the main objectives of the project, the participant groups and the expected results. We have to say that we received a great feedback and some new ideas on data analysis!...

DOMIPEX project: collaborative research meet large-scale stream ecology

El pasado mes se publicó en Limnetica – 36 (1): 67-85 (2017) – el primer artículo derivado del proyecto colaborativo entre Jóvenes AIL, DOMIPEX, titulado “Local and regional drivers of headwater streams metabolism: insights from the first AIL collaborative project”. Sus autores, un equipo multidisciplinar formado por 35 limnólogas y limnológos de mas de 7 paises, han preparado un resumen para el blog J-AIL....

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