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2016 ALTER-Net Summer School
"Biodiversity, ecosystem services and sustainable management of socio-ecosystems"
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Ecosummit 2016
ILTER and UNESCO IHP have proposed a number of sessions. Join us in Montpelier. Call for abstract is open until 15th February!
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TDWG 2016 Annual Conference
Annual meeting of Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG). Conference Theme: Standards Supporting Innovation in Biodiversity Research and Conservation
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Capacity building workshop: Global change impact on diseases and alien species expansion
An international, interdisciplinary, educational and capacity building workshop
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Training course: Time Series Models for Ecologists and Climatologists
A course on model-based time series analysis, focussing on applications in ecology and climatology and using the R package
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Passion for Nature – Integrated Governance: Mainstreaming Opportunities for Nature & Society
The Bosland 10th Anniversary Conference
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Call for participants: International summer school in Japan
International summer school based at a Japan-LTER site
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LTER-Europe conference gets underway in Mallorca
Delegates from around Europe have come together for the LTER-Europe conference, which is taking place in Palma de Mallorca from 1-5 December 2008.
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ILTER Open Science Meeting 2016
ILTER's first Open Science Meeting
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Long term socio-ecological research: What do we know from science and practice?
The emerging interdisciplinary field of Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research, abbreviated LTSER, aims at observing, analyzing, understanding and modelling of changes in coupled socio-ecological (or human-environment) systems over longer, i.e. at least decadal, sometimes even centennial, periods of time. LTSER is focused on interactions between societies and ecosystems at various spatial and temporal scales. By including long-term monitoring, historical research, forecasting and scenario building, empirical and conceptual research as well as participatory approaches, LTSER aims at providing a knowledge base that helps to reorient socio-economic trajectories towards more sustainable pathways.
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