Registration and abstract submission deadline has bee extended to 31 March 2017
Registration is free, but mandatory. The workshop is limited to 30 participants.
Travel grants will be available for early career researchers (especially PhD candidates) currently working in EuroMarine institutes on niche modeling in plankton ecosystems. Grants will cover travel and accomodation from June 13th to Friday 16th. Please indicate whether you are an early career research and if so, do you want to apply for a travel grant?
Please indicate, if your organization is a Euromarine member!
Are you interested in Workshop 1 (community paper on diversity metrics) or workshop 2 (best practice protocol for niche modeling), or both?
The participants are invited to present their work during the first two days of the meeting through oral presentations (duration: 10 – 15 minutes). Please submit the title of your presentation with a short abstract during your registration.
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