ILTER to run training course on nitrogen in ecosystems

This training course will take place in Japan in June 2016. Register by 30th January.

The International Long-Term Ecological Research (ILTER) Network is organizing an international training course on long-term trends in nitrogen cycles in ecosystems – Field monitoring and global comparisons. This training course is designed to expose young researchers (PhD students, Postdoctoral Researchers and Early Career Faculty) to state-of-the-art approaches to analysis of nitrogen cycling in ecosystems with a focus on key ecosystem processes and implications for environmental pollution. The course will include lectures, field classes, data collection and analysis, and group discussion. Participants will learn about standard research protocols, emerging methods, recent findings and data analytical tools and will gain experience working with international colleagues.

For details, including a link to a video, see:

Register online by 30 January 2016.

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