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(Fwd) Young Scientists Conf. Marine Ecosystem Perspectives

Geoff Read g.read at niwa.cri.nz
Wed Jun 30 18:30:50 EST 1999

Forwarded from another list. Part sponsored, deadline 1 Aug.
A 'young' scientist is one less than 35 yrs old.
Applications to: ices.info at ices.dk as per website instructions.

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Date sent: Wed, 30 Jun 1999 12:59:03 +0200
From:       Stefan Neuenfeldt <stn at dfu.min.dk>
Subject:    Young Scientists Conference on Marine Ecosystem Perspectives

Young Scientists Conference on Marine Ecosystem Perspectives
Denmark, 20-24 November 1999

The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea is sponsoring a
conference for young scientists, in cooperation with the Danish Academy of
Technical Sciences and the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.
The conference is open to all young scientists and all expenses will be paid
for about four from each ICES and EU member country.  Others are also
welcome to apply, but will have to find their own funding.

The four workshop areas which the conference will cover are: 1 Human
influence on the marine ecosystem;  2  Top-down or bottom-up control in
marine processes;  3  Influence of hydrographic processes on energy transfer
in the planktonic ecosystem and  4   Modelling ecological processes.
Further information  about the conference can be obtained from the ICES web


Stefan Neuenfeldt, M.Sc.
Danish Institute for Fisheries Research
Dep.  of Marine Fisheries
Charlottenlund Slot
DK- 2920 Charlottenlund
voice:	+45 33 96 33 96
fax:    	+45 33 96 33 33
email:	stn at dfu.min.dk <stn at dfu.min.dk> 

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