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2010 ALTER-Net Summer School
ALTER-Net's 5th Summer School ■ Theme: Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
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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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Data management in environmental & earth science infrastructures: Theory & Practice
ENVRIplus + LifeWatch international summer school
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File PDF document Ecohydrology training course flyer
Flyer for the International Advanced Study Course: 'Ecohydrology & Ecosystems Biotechnologies in Water Resources Management', Sept 14-22 2009, Poland
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EDIT Summer School of Modern Taxonomy 2010
A summer school run by the EDIT Network of Excellence
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File chemical/x-pdb eLTER project IM training course (2019): First announcement
Details of training course on eLTER-related information management (Vienna, Austria, early 2019 date to be confirmed)
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EUDAT & Research Data Management Summer School for data scientists
Summer School to introduce early-career researchers to the principles and tools needed for careers in data science and data management
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ExpeER training course: Sampling protocols for ecosystem research (SAPER)
Ecological measurements training
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International Advanced Study Course: 'Ecohydrology & Ecosystems Biotechnologies in Water Resources Management'
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International Summer Course in Ecohydrology
"The Summer Course in Ecohydrology: from river to coast", aims to provide the understanding of the main ecological and hydrological processes occurring at the river basin, from upstream to downstream, how these processes are affected by human activities and climate change, how they interact in time and space, and how they can be managed. Therefore, the course is organized in 4 modules: 1 – Introduction to Ecohydrology; 2 – Freshwater ecohydrology and river restoration; 3 – Dynamics of River-coast interactions; and 4 – Management of River-Coast systems.
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