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Call for trainees: COST Action ES1203 Training School on Drivers - pressures and indicators for monitoring treeline ecosystems
News of a training opportunity
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ALTER-Net Multi-Site Experiment III call has now been launched on the web
ALTER-Net members are invited to submit proposals for multi-site experiments to take place at sites in Europe. This call is open for ALTER-Net partners but non-ALTER-Net partners can be included in proposals.
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'The Long View' article looks at long-term research
News of a magazine article on long-term research
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International Symposium on ecohydrology, biotechnology and engineering
An international meeting in Poland connected with long-term ecosystem research
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ExpeER project's Related Sites Group welcomes new members
The Related Site Group of the EU-funded ExpeER project is open to all sites and experts interested in developing well-instrumented experimental and observation sites in Europe.
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ECNC’s certified training courses
Training courses offered by ECNC
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Initiative on the Global Network of Genomic Observatories
News of a developing new network of genomic observatories
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6th ALTER-Net Summer School
The ALTER-Net summer school "Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: An Interdisciplinary Perspective" will take place from 7-16 September 2011 in Peyresq, France.
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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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Soils, butterflies and beetles respond to changing pressures on the UK environment
The first major review of trends in terrestrial ecology at twelve key sites within the UK Environmental Change Network between 1993 and 2007 is published today in the journal Biological Conservation. Soils, vegetation and animal communities all show indications of responses to environmental change over the study period.
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