The RangeX project (“Mechanisms underlying the success and impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning of range-expanding species under climate change”) seeks to better understand the processes and impacts of plants that are expanding their ranges following climate warming, and to use this knowledge to inform the development of policy regarding range-expanding plant species.

RangeX is recruiting four postdoc and one doctoral researchers to begin in April 2021.

The project consortium involves partners from Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, South Africa, Sweden and Switzerland, and will work closely with collaborators from across the global Mountain Invasion Research Network (MIREN). Please see below for further information, or visit the RangeX website here.

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