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Launch of the LifeWatch Martine Virtual Research Environment (VRE)

The LifeWatch Martine Virtual Research Environment (VRE) portal has just been launched, bringing together several marine resources, data bases, data systems, web services, tools, etc. into one marine virtual research environment (VRE).This portal can be considered as a first bottom-up development demonstrating potential and capability emulating the LifeWatch objectives.

Joint BES and SFE Annual Meeting

The British Ecological Society and the French Ecology Society are pleased to invite you to Lille for a joint conference which will bring together for the first time ecologists of two countries. The aim of the conference will promote exchanges and debates on major advances in scientific ecology, and strengthen cooperation between the French and British researchers of tomorrow.

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Seminar ECOSCOPE (Observation systems & EBVs concept)

The aims of this seminar are to increase awareness and understanding of EBVs, their interest for observatories (visibility, synergies) to benefit to observatories’ scientific managers and data users. It is also to define how this concept can be implemented at national scale, in connection with international initiatives.
Open to scientists, observatories’ managers and their teams, and to all who are involved in the study of the state and dynamics of biodiversity for research and expertise.

Programme will be available in September.

ISRSE biodiversity and conservation session

Satellite remote sensing is an important tool for improving our understanding of biodiversity condition and trends, along with drivers of biodiversity change. It is also increasingly a management tool for biodiversity conservation.

We will emphasize the dual potential of remote sensing for biodiversity research and conservation applications in two synergistic sessions. Our aim is to highlight the linkages between the communities and demonstrate the potential to integrate remote sensing science into the full spectrum of biodiversity research and conservation applications.

Building workflows with Taverna workbench

5-6 December 2013, School of Computer Science, Kilburn Building, The University of Manchester, UK. M13 9PL.

Thu 5th Dec, 2013, 10:00 – 17:00
Fri 6th Dec, 2013, 09:30 – 16:00

The course is a two-day hands-on training event. The course will accommodate 10-15 researchers. The program consists of introductory lectures, practical computer work, and discussions. Researchers will be contacted upon admission in order to consider their own research objectives for the course.


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