Darwin School on Biogeosciences 2012

Utrecht and Texel, the Netherlands
  

1-13 July 2012

The second edition of the Darwin Summer School will give you an update on the state-of-the-art research within the field of Biogeosciences. Main subjects will be ocean acidification, the carbon cycle, microbial ecology, biomarkers, terrestrial carbon cycling and climate reconstructions, in the past, present and future. The aim is to understand the functioning of global, regional and local ecosystems, focusing on change and feedback at all time scales in biotic and abiotic components of a changing Earth. This Summer School is all about interdisciplinary research: you are expected to work on the interface of biology, earth sciences, chemistry and physics.

For whom?
This Summer School aims at enthusiastic and motivated MSc students, and PhD students interested in state-of-the-art research within the field of Biogeosciences.

 

Darwin Center for Biogeosciences. More information.


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