The workshop will give participants the chance to discuss results from multiple time series providing phytoplankton data into the MSFD process throughout Europe, and ensure consistency in identification across multiple methods
The workshop will train early career scientists, technical and support staff in identification of key marine phytoplankton taxa. These skills are needed to monitor and predict future distributions and impacts of a changing environment.
15 lecturers will interact with 30 additional student participants at the graduate or junior postgraduate research level to exchange ideas between experienced and young ocean researchers.
18 students of at least the level of second year PhD training will participate in this course, which aims to demonstrate the key role of marine genomics for the understanding of the marine ecosystem and its organisms, and for an efficient and sustainable use of its resources. The course is also open to particpants external to EuroMarine.
This course is open to 70 PhD students, post-doctoral scientists and possibly young academics. The curriculum will include topics covering the leading edge of science in ocean observing systems, as well as the latest methods and techniques for analysis, data assimilation and ocean modelling.
The 16s rRNA gene has become the standard marker for prokaryote phylogenetic analysis, and combined with high-throughput sequencing technologies it is widely used to infer the structure and composition of microbial communities. Due to the continuous improvements in sequencing technologies and bioinformatics tools, there is a wide choice of methods for sequencing and analysing 16S rRNA gene assemblies.
This International course at Station Biologique de Roscoff aims to demonstrate the key role of genomics to understand the marine ecosystem and its organisms for an efficient and sustainable use of its resources. The 12th summer course on Marine Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics covers environmental, population, evolutionary, comparative, meta- and functional genomics. All levels of biodiversity are discussed and the course includes specialists and cases from marine bacteria, phytoplankton, macrophytes and marine animals.
The main objective of this capacity building and training course is to give an overview on ecosystem services assessment and its relationship with ocean and coastal livelihoods, management and governance. The training will relate understanding of marine ecosystem services and the links between their assessment and the need for a socio-ecological framework to address important management issues related to the governance of the oceans.