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Askö 28 Aug - 4 Sept
Past and future changes in climate of the Baltic Sea region. Summer PhD/master-course organized by the Baltic Earth programme, Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre and Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemé¼nde. Students will be introduced into fundamental processes of the atmosphere, ocean, sea-ice and land surface with relevance for the climate system.
Kristineberg, Sweden 19-26 Augusti 2017
What are the physical boundaries for life in the ocean? This one week course on physical biological coupling in the pelagic will cover diffusion, turbulence, encounter rates, motion analysis in the pelagic. You will get hands on experience measuring and experimenting in the lab, in the field, and onboard. Lectures will be interspersed by practicals an experiments, in addition to theory you will learn how to measure turbulence and small scale hydrodynamics by means of Particle image velocimetry (PIV). The course will be held at the Center for Marine Chemical Ecology at SLC Kristineberg on the Swedish West Coast. 5 ECT
11-22 september, 2017, Biological Station Dröbak, Norway
This practical course will present an overview of the microalgae - marine and freshwater, pelagic and benthic. We will cover the systematics, taxonomy and identification of microalgae including cyanobacteria. Sessions will include lectures, fieldwork and laboratory exercises. Training in various techniques for identification and sampling.
Target group: PhD students, master students, postdocs, researchers, consultants, government officials, museum staff - with relevant background in biology
Registrate by June 15th 2017.
2-13 October 2017, Mallorca, Spain
This school will bring together senior experts and young researchers (pre- and post-doctorate) from across the world and expose them to the latest research in oceanography, the challenges of multi-platform observing systems, real time data availability, integration and model assimilation, and specifically how it will impact operational oceanography. In addition to formal lectures, shorter talks by experts in the field will acquaint the participants with a wide range of applications.
The school is co-organized by IMEDEA (CSIC-UIB), SOCIB, IGE, COAPS and GODAE OceanView