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Welcome to the Global Invasions Research Coordintation Network. This website is for an international network of scientists supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation addressing the ecological and evolutionary causes of biological invasions.

We are integrating disparate hypotheses to explain invasions, and coordinating both theoretical and empirical research on biological invasions around the globe.

The website will provide a resource for scientists working on invasions to find colleagues located in geographic regions of interest to aid in sampling and experimental work.

Graduate and Postdoctoral Positions in Marine and Invasion Ecology available

Posted on 13 Oct 2014
Graduate Assistantships and Postdoctoral position are available with the BioVision Project (Biogeographic Variation in Interaction Strength and Invasions at the Ocean’s Nearshore), an NSF-funded collaborative project led by Dr. Amy Freestone  (Temple