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[Annelida] Course on Non-Indigenous Marine Species - Norway

Maria Capa via annelida%40net.bio.net (by maria.capa from ntnu.no)
Thu Apr 5 06:28:11 EST 2018


Dear All,
This is a course NOT JUST about annelids, but maybe some of you find it of interest.
ForBio, the Nordic Research School in Biosystematics, is organising a one week intensive course on Non-Indigenous Marine Species (in Nordic/NEA waters).

When: May 21-25 2018
Where: Tollboden Field Station, Drøbak (near Oslo), Norway
Target Audience: PhD students, Master students, researchers and biodiversity consultants.
Format: 5 day intensive course with theoretical and practical sessions (40 hours + preparation + final report/assignment- for those aiming to receive a certificate with 2 ECTS)
Teachers:
Arjan Gittenberger<https://science.naturalis.nl/en/people/scientists/arjan-gittenberger/>, Naturalis Biodiversity Centre, Leiden / GiMaRIS
Vivian Husa<https://www.imr.no/om_havforskningsinstituttet/ansatte/h/vivian_husa/nb-no>, Institute of Marine Research in Norway (IMR), Bergen
Eivind Oug<http://www.niva.no/se-ansatt?navn=Eivind%20Oug>,  Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA), Oslo
Joanne Porter<http://www.cmbb.hw.ac.uk/people/researchers/joanne-porter.html>, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburg
Maria Capa<https://www.ntnu.edu/employees/maria.capa>, ForBio & NTNU University Museum, Trondheim / University of the Balearic Islands, Spain
Costs: There is no course fee for ForBio members or associates (and anyone can become a ForBio associate at no cost). The course includes accommodation for ForBio members and associates at the Drøbak Field Station. Travel is covered for ForBio members based at Norwegian institutes. Click here<http://www.forbio.uio.no/membership/> to learn how to become a ForBio member or associate.
Application deadline: April 21.
More info: http://www.forbio.uio.no/events/courses/2018/Non-indigenous.html or contact me at maria.capa from ntnu.no

Best regards, Maria


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