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Other training opportunities

Summer School: Changes in coastal upwelling systems and their impact on marine resources May 4-12, 2020, Dakar, Senegal

The SCOR Working Group EBUS 155 organizes an international summer school "Changes in coastal upwelling systems and their impact on marine resources" that will be held between May 4 and 12, 2020 at the Ecole Superieure Polytechnique (ESP), University Cheikh Anta Diop (UCAD), Dakar, Senegal. The country is situated at the southern tip of the Canary upwelling system. It hosts a coastal upwelling center which provides cold nutrient-rich deep waters, in winter and spring, thereby sustaining a rich ecosystem that supports one of the largest fisheries worldwide.

 

POGO Workshop on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Biological Oceanographic Observations

UPDATE:

The Imaging session is now oversubscribed.

 

However, the organisers have extended the deadline for the Genomics and Acoustics sessions until Friday 15 March.

 


This workshop is being organised and hosted by the POGO Biological Observations Working Group

Call for Shipboard Training onboard SoNoAT2019

We are pleased to announce a call for applications to join a 'South-North Atlantic Training Transect' (SoNoAT) cruise on board the  RV Polarstern in June 2019.

Online Training Resources

Below are some links to on-line training resources aimed at undergraduate or graduate-level students and early career scientists.

 

Knowledge Exchange Training

The Living With Environmental Change programme recently launched new knowledge exchange guidelines – see http://www.lwec.org.uk/ke-guidelines - these are a valuable resource for anyone wanting to ensure their research is put to use, particularly though not exclusively at a programme level, and contains a fund of examples of good practice. 

For more details see attached flyer.

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