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eLTER Information Management Training
A training workshop organised by the EU-funded eLTER H2020 project
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Data Carpentry workshop
An introductory workshop to data management, databases, and data analysis in R, aimed to life scientist at all career stages, from undergrads to senior scientists.
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10th GEO European Projects Workshop 2016
Fostering Open Earth Observation for Europe
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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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Interdisciplinary Research and Innovation in the EU: finding solutions through linking biodiversity, climate change and sustainable development
Workshop on biodiversity and Nature-based solutions, especially in urban areas, organised by the European Liaison Office of German Research Organisations (KoWi)
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Workshop “Soil – An Essential Resource”
A two day workshop in Germany
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LTER-Europe conference & workshops
The next LTER-Europe will be organized as part of a week of events including the final ExpeER project Related Sites Group meeting and workshops on infrastructure requirements for European biodiversity research.
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ALPARC Workshop: "Monitoring biodiversity transformation to document climate change impacts in alpine protected areas"
A workshop on biodiversity monitoring protocols appropriate for alpine ecosystems
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Training courses: Integrated Spatial Modelling of Ecosystem Services
One-day introductory course and week-long intensive course covering InVEST software, a family of tools designed by the Natural Capital Project which helps users to map and value the goods and services from nature that are essential for sustaining and fulfilling human life. *** Course registration closes 31st July 2013 ***
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Ecosystem responses to climate change from the Arctic to the Amazon: New understanding and future challenges from experimental field-scale manipulations
Workshop at the upcoming INTECOL conference
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