Call open: 3rd Stable Isotope Course

Call open: 3rd Stable Isotope Course



3rd stable isotope course in ecology and environmental sciences

Following the success of the first and second edition, we are pleased to open a new application period for the third edition of the Stable Isotope Course entitled "STABLE ISOTOPES IN ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES" that will take place between 12 and 16 November, 2018 at Doñana Biological Station EBD-CSIC (Seville) and the Doñana Biological Reserve (Huelva) in Spain. The objective of this course is to develop a conceptual, quantitative, and thorough understanding of principles of stable isotopes and its application to the study of ecology and environmental sciences. The course will focus on the applications of stable isotopes to ecological and environmental studies including a general introduction to the stable isotope biochemistry and ecology, trophic and spatial applications both in terrestrial and aquatic systems. This course is targeted at PhD students and postdoctoral researchers interested in learning more about the ecological and environmental applications of stable isotopes. We look forward to receive applications from people with backgrounds in disciplines including animal and plant physiology, ecology and ecosystem science, biogeochemistry, anthropology, atmospheric science, marine science, oceanography, paleontology, forensic science, industry and geology. This course is organized by the Stable Isotopes Laboratory of Doñana Biological Station EBD-CSIC (LIE-EBD, CSIC).


http://web.ebd.csic.es/IsotopeCourse2018/index.html

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