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Biological Station Helgoland :Lovéncentret Kristineberg 22 april - 10 may 2019.
The course is aimed for PhD students/masterstudents or a postdoctoral fellow or early career scientist in an aquatic science discipline. E-learning seminar on scientific diving will be held in the intersession period. The course includes an intense training in professional diving skills for scientific purposes in theory and praxis and ends with a theoretical and practical examination by the German Examination Board for Scientific Divers and by Dykarskolan, Stockholm. Successful participants will be certified according to the respective national rules for scientific diving and as "European ScientificDiver" according to the ESDP framework.
European scientific diving training course
How do we reach a sustainable consumption that stays within the ecological boundaries of our planet? Is turning our linear system thinking into a circular one going to solve the problems?
During a four days conference in the rural town of Aegviidu in northern Estonian, the BUP will host an international student conference, with expert speakers from both academia and society.
Sustainable Consumption and Circular Economy
25-28th of April 2019
BUP Student Conference 2019
Tatra National Park, Zakopane Poland, 10-13 June 2019
The aim of the workshop is to get a relevant knowledge about new monitoring and sampling techniques for analyzing hydrological processes and organizing a hydrological monitoring network addressed to different purposes in the high mountain region, and to get a skill in hydrological measurements with modern instruments applied in hydrological research.
The workshop is addressed to young scientists (PhD students, bachelor and master degree students and other).
Register before February 28th, 2019
Sustainable water resources management in high mountains in the Baltic Sea Region
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.
Doucmentation techniques for Scientific Divers