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Monday, 16 July 2012

ECCB2012 - Programme update

Programme Update
The full programme is now detailed on the web site   
Training Courses
Limited places are still available on some of the pre-Congress training courses:-
§       Introduction to Systematic Review
Tutors: Jacqui Eales and Barbara Livoreil, Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation 
(CEBC), Bangor University
§       Taking the pain out of writing Scientific Papers
Tutors: Rob Marrs, Applied Vegetation Dynamics Laboratory, School of Environmental Sciences, University of Liverpool and Gabor Lovei, Dept of Agroecology, Aarhus University, Denmark
§       Bayesian statistical methods using R and WinbugsTutors: Andrea Harnos and Peter Fehervari, Szent Istvan University
§       The Zonation v3 conservation prioritization framework and software - hands on
Tutors: Atte Moilanen, Finnish Centre of Excellence in Metapopulation Biology, University of Helsinki, Joona Lehtomaki
§       Legal basis and implementation of EU Conservation directives
Tutors: Jonathan Verschuuren, Tilburg Sustainability Centre and Tilburg Law School and
Martin Dieterich, Institute for Landscape and Vegetation Ecology, University of Hohenheim
§       Allocation of conservation actions for habitat management, maintenance,restoration and 
offsetting: the RobOff decision support system

Tutors: Federico Montesino Pouzols, Aija Kukkala and Prof Atte Moilanen
Finnish Centre of Excellence in Metapopulation Biology, University of Helsinki
Full details of each course can be found on the web site.  
Field Trips 

Post-congress field trips are scheduled to Arran and Glen Affric – details can be found on the web siteThere is also a new addition to the field trip programme: a visit to the Scottish Centre for Ecology and  the Natural Environent at Loch Lomond (SCENE).Places are limited so early booking is recommended.  
ECCB 2012 Organising Committee

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