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Kristineberg marine research station, University of Gothenburg in Fiskebäckskil, Sweden, 12-23 August, 2019
The course is aimed for PhD students working in underwater environments (also early career scientist and master students may be accepted). The aim of the course is to educate young scientists with tools for scientific underwater documentation techniques to illustrate scientific research and to conduct empirical studies in the marine environment. The course comprises introductory lectures but is mainly focus on practical hands-on sessions using underwater documentations techniques. Among techniques practiced during the course is SLR photographyy (macro and wide-angle), photogrammetry 2D and 3D, underwater-tablets, GPS positioning, mapping, stereo-video, time-laps, photo-stacking, AUVs etc.
Documentation techniques for Scientific Divers
Askö Laboratory, Trosa, Sweden, 26 August - 2 September 2019
The 5th International Baltic Earth Summer School will focus on past and future changes in climate of the Baltic Sea region. In cooperation with the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research WarneméÂ¼nde and the international Baltic Earth Network, the students are offered a high-quality education, which is complemented by guest lecturers from the Baltic Sea states.
Application Deadline: 1 May 2019!
Climate of the Baltic Sea region
September 9-13, 2019; Venice, Italy
COST ACTION 16203 - MARISTEM are giving the 2nd International Training School: An integrated approach to marine invertebrate biodiversity - evolutionary and functional adaptations.
Marine invertebrate biodiversity
The Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences invites PhD students to attend the course Multivariate methods for ecologists, 2019. The course is given in two parts: The first part (14-18 October 2019) involves lectures and supervised computer exercises, and the second involves supervised individual work with own data at your own office.
Last day for application: 15 September 2019.
Multivariate methods for ecologists
Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Infrastructure at Tjärnö (SLC) outside Strömstad, October 20-25 2019.
Meta-analysis is the statistical synthesis of the results of different research studies. These tools and the conceptual framework in which they are based provide a widely implemented, cross-disciplinary statistical framework for quantifying, pooling, and evaluating the results of different studies on the same topic. In this course, students will learn how to conduct a meta-analysis from start to finish. We will also discuss some common mistakes as well as controversies regarding the implementation of meta-analysis in the biological and environmental sciences.
Meta-analysis in Biology and Environmental Sciences